To start off 2019, Fallout 76 has become peaceful, but a bit problematic as the nuke codes that are required for the end-game are now inaccessible at the moment.
Fallout 76 next controversy is here
The game is now full of controversies that it is not surprising anymore that it gains another one. The recent problem is that the end-game requirement, nuke codes, is now inaccessible for some unknown reason. Some are saying that it is a relief that it is now rendered useless because they can now have a proper Fallout game, but others are saying that it will not allow them have a proper end.
The endgame is actually all about tracking down the nuke codes so that players can drop a bomb on some part of the map and maybe destroy an enemy base in the process. It will also allow them to spawn powerful enemies that can drop rare items, weapons, armor, and more. The codes are supposed to reset every week to keep things fresh for returning players, but now a glitch has appeared.
Some are actually saying that Bethesda did this intentionally so that the community could celebrate New Year in a peaceful manner. The support account says otherwise though.
Currently, the gaming company is looking into matters and should resolve the problem soon. The game is now available on PlayStation 4.
#Fallout76 Players: We’re aware of and actively investigating an issue with Nuke silo access. Thank you for your patience while we look into this issue.
— Bethesda Support (@BethesdaSupport) January 1, 2019