Like an old house filled with insects, Bethesda Game Studios has released Fallout 76 sporting bugs and exploits for you to use. The two glitches allow you to obtain infinite Stimpacks and Fusion Cores. Fallout 76 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Notice: The following glitches or exploits might be patched later down the road, meaning the given guides may not be applicable for future versions of Fallout 76.
It should come in as no surprise that Fallout 76 contains the usual Bethesda ingredients: Bugs and glitches. Yes, if you happen to be short on time or seek to exploit the game for better stuff, do know that you can do so right now using Stimpacks and Fusion Cores.
The first glitch comes in by YouTuber LLORT Tv and teaches the basics to get this Stimpack exploit working pronto. Get the perk Pharma Farma to level 2 (or higher) and then head to Wantoga Emergency Services. Go to the building that has an elevator, and take it up to where you should see a Codsworth-like robot. Head up some stairs and clear out all the enemies. From here, take all the goods from the medical bags while using the Pharma Farma perk, and when you are done go up to the rooftop to trigger the load screen so you can go back down and rinse and repeat the process:
The last glitch by YouTuber SnoopsOnline revolves around duplicating Power Armor and Fusion Cores in Fallout 76. According to SnoopsOnline, this glitch was posted up for education and edutainment reasons, as stated below:
“For Education Purposes only – I do not recommend that you abuse this glitch/exploit and I am highlighting it here on YouTube for Bethesda to see so they can patch it out. Hope you guys enjoy the edutainment and I honestly can’t believe that this glitch is even a thing I was shocked when I found it.”
The glitch has you taking the Power Armor and putting parts in your inventory, and then taking parts out and so on. You can see the full process in action right here:
Surely, more helpful bugs, glitches, and exploits are to roll out in the near future. In the meantime, Fallout 76 is out now for PC and home consoles.
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