Published: Fri, January 04, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

A New Fallout 76 Glitch Is Preventing Players From Accessing Nuclear Silos

A New Fallout 76 Glitch Is Preventing Players From Accessing Nuclear Silos

"2019 is an exciting year for Fallout 76 and we can't wait to grow it with you".

The Fallout 76 subreddit was flooded with new threads about the issue, and it wasn't long before Bethesda confirmed that it was indeed a bug and not a planned feature of an event. Players have to track down those codes, which are usually guarded by high-level enemies, and enter them to unlock nuclear silos.

After first making the silos themselves inaccessible, Bethesda has now taken the game offline to solve the issue.

The codes were correctly removed from my inventory at the correct time.

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Once the codes were wiped I started to farm the new codes, they ended up being the same as last weeks.

You can not search for more code pieces.

The missile silo holotape shows that they are temporarily unavailable. A newly discovered bug in Bethesda's open world multiplayer survival title has left many players unable to access the in-game nuke codes, which lets you deploy a nuclear bomb on a location of your choice across the Appalachian wasteland. Rather than some festive act of goodwill to all men, this was very much unintentional, causing Bethesda to disable nuclear silos while the studio investigates the issue. We'll update you when/if a fix is released.

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