Fallout 76 Glitch Is Trapping Gamers In A Sealed Vault Stuffed With New Content

Fallout 76 has been a bonafide disaster for Bethesda but despite its many, many issues, the game still has a pretty solid fanbase out there.

Those still dedicated to the cause can mostly be found lurking on Reddit’s FO76 forum, and that’s where Redditor McStaken shared a very odd experience they recently had in the game [via GamesRadar].

Fallout 76 is known to have some off-limit vaults in its map, but McStaken and a few friends managed to accidentally end up inside one of these mysterious bunkers – Vault 63, to be specific.

On Reddit the user shared the odd tale, writing: “We entered the vault accidentally while doing a Rad-Rat Horde event. There are no pictures of the event beforehand, because we had no way of knowing what was about to happen!

“We’ve somehow managed to do an event inside Vault 63. We’re now trapped in here. So enjoy pictures and Bethesda, send a Vault-Tec rescue party!

Despite there not being any footage or images from the beginning of the event, McStaken did provide a series of screenshots as evidence of the adventure. Check them out below.

Credit: McStaken/Bethesda
Credit: McStaken/Bethesda
Credit: McStaken/Bethesda
Credit: McStaken/Bethesda


Despite some worries over Bethesda potentially banning the accounts of the travellers, McStaken reported the glitch and received the following response from community manager jessBethesda:

“Glad to hear you got in and out of the Vault in one piece. These Vaults are still under construction, but we look forward to sharing more on how they will become part of the game. In the meantime, we also appreciate when players like yourself let us know about stuff like this.”

Fears of the accounts being banned rose from Bethesda deciding to do that just a couple of weeks ago. The company was actively banning players who managed to cheat their way into a developer room, stuffed with unreleased goodies.

At least that didn’t happen to McStaken and crew!


Featured Image Credit: Bethesda