For the Fallout believers who are still exploring the West-Virgin waste Fallout 76, a few Vault-Tec Vaults have mysteriously remained off-limits – unless you are accidentally teleported. Redstit user McStaken has shared some sights from the currently closed Vault 63 after their group was inadvertently pulled in without a way out (in addition to the trusted saver traveling fast).
McStaken & # 39; s Reddit message explains how they ended up in this mess in the first place. "We accidentally entered the safe during a Rad-Rat Horde event," they wrote. "We're stuck here now, so enjoy photo's and Bethesda, send a Vault-Tec rescue party!" No one can blame McStaken for documenting their unexpected venture beyond the closed entrance to Vault 63, although there was some concern that even a total ban could result. Bethesda has set a precedent for banning people who examine unreleased content when it is some players rebuked the secret & # 39; dev room & # 39; entered which contains every item in the game (and a few more).
Fortunately McStaken reported their experience by submitting an error message to Bethesda, and the forces that have been at Bethesda have been friendly. "Nice to hear that you entered and left the safe at once," community manager jessBethesda wrote an answer. "These Vaults are still under construction, but we look forward to sharing more about how they will become part of the game. In the meantime, we also appreciate it when players like you let us know."
While most Fallout 76 players will have to wait until some event in the game opens the locked vaults that determine the landscape, it's good to know that McStaken and co. were not punished for their unintentional invasion at an unfinished level. It is also fortunate that they were not stuck there forever, otherwise they would become more skeletons that burden the environment.
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