Fallout 76 players find secret items from glitchy "developer room"

Ceria Alfonso
Enero 13, 2019

The room has been available in the game for what appears to be a few weeks.

These kinds of in-game rooms are pretty common, as developers often use them to put various assets to the test.

Fallout 76 doesn't have human NPCs - at least none that you can interact with through normal means.

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It would appear that not every human is another player in Fallout 76, contrary to Todd Howard's speech at E3 2018. A video touring the developer room can be seen below from anonymous YouTuber Mr. To be honest, I'm a little surprised they include a "developer room" in public builds of Fallout 76 in the first place, as cells were easy to delete in previous games.

Developer rooms typically hold pretty much every item now in the game, along with special boxes containing new items that will release in the future or that the devs are testing. A box called "All Scrap" contains plans for as-yet unreleased items, including power armour paints such as Winterized, Military and Atom Cats. I think the more pressing question is "who is Woobly, and why didn't he make it into the final game?" There, they've found the game's most powerful weapons, including stuff that hasn't even been released yet - pointing toward new items likely to be released with incoming updates. It nearly feels like a troll on those who find the room.

Some of my sources told me players had sold these unreleased items on eBay, although I was unable to find these at the time of writing. It appears Bethesda is looking into handing out automatic account bans that can take 6 to 24 hours to resolve. Apparently accounts belonging to players who enter the room are being banned, but those to which the items are transferred remain unscathed. This does corroborate my own observations of Discord servers containing those who use duplication glitches, in which many players have indicated they will dupe as many items as possible over the weekend before the console patch is released. One of the biggest complains about the latest in the Fallout series, though it is - again - a spin-off, is that there are no human NPCs walking around.

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