Fallout 76 Mutation Exploit Lets Players Fly (VIDEO)

Fallout 76

Like many other Bethesda titles, there are plenty of quirky bugs and fun exploits that are present in Fallout 76. While some might be problematic for the game, there are a few that are enjoyable such as a mutation exploit that allows players to fly.

Within the game are various mutations that can affect players positively or negatively, one in particular called marsupial allows players to jump extremely high. Pair this with the Bird Bones mutation and the Stranger in Numbers perk and players have the perfect recipe for airborne hijinks.

Bird Bones allows players to fall slower and the Strange in Numbers perk allows players to gain a boost to their mutation when in a party with other mutated players. By sharing the Strange in Numbers perk, this is enhanced even further allowing players to essentially float in mid air for a long period of time. The video below shows that whether by jumping or walking off a tall object players can “fly” around to their heart’s content. It does seem like this might cause some issues when trying to go down some objects, but it’s an interesting exploit nonetheless.

Fallout 76 is available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Will you be testing out the flight exploit for yourself? Have you found any interesting bugs or exploits you’d like to share? Let us know your thoughts on the Mutation flight exploit more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

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