This Fallout 76 Bug Turns Players Into Terrifying Naked Monsters
Whether you love it or hate it, Fallout 76 has been the talk of the town ever since it released two weeks ago. As it is a Bethesda Softworks game, the latest entry in the series has, predictably, some pretty gnarly bugs, with the developer even warning players beforehand to expect some “spectacular issues.” Now, it appears we have our first look at one such spectacular issue, and boy oh boy is it terrifying.
Twitter user @Grand_DM recently posted a few photos of his son’s character in Fallout 76 and, well, it’s the stuff of nightmares. Apparently the character’s power armor managed to fuse to the inside of his model, which resulted in…well, check it out below:
So last night while playing Fallout 76, my son’s character had the creepiest glitch ever. His power armor molded with his body making what you see below. We were crying laughing as he walked around as the Tighty Whitey Horror. #Fallout76 pic.twitter.com/C483ysuaj1
— Grand DM (@Grand_DM) November 21, 2018
Eat your heart out Mothman, this spectacular sight will have players trying to lock themselves back into their vaults in no time! “So last night while playing Fallout 76, my son’s character had the creepiest glitch ever,” Grand_DM began. “His power armor molded with his body making what you see below. We were crying laughing as he walked around as the Tighty Whitey Horror.”
It has only been two weeks since Fallout 76 launched and already West Virginia is beset by nearly unimaginable horrors. That said, it is likely that these ‘tighty whitey horrors’ have a relatively short lifespan, as chances are Bethesda will be working on getting a fix in place…eventually.
Fallout 76 is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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