Fallout 76 Players Find A Living, Human NPC In Secret “Dev Room”
Within Fallout 4 was a secret room that held all the items within the game, even ones that weren’t used in full release of the title. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim also had a similar “developer room” like this and now fans have discovered that Fallout 76 has one as well containing all the weapons, gear, and recipes that the game has to offer and more.
Eurogamer recently featured a video showcasing all the goodies within the super secret “dev room,” however one of the more intriguing finds is a Level 1 human NPC named Wobby who resides there. The video below shows that Wobby can move and run away if attacked but aside from that, his purpose is unknown. Perhaps a roaming trader similar to Grahm – the travelling Super Mutant, or perhaps a hint for a future content drop?
Previous Bethesda titles allowed players access to the “developer rooms” with the help of console commands however with Fallout 76 being a multiplayer title, there are no cheat consoles for players to teleport in or out. How exactly players are finding their way into the dev room is unknown, though it is suspected that they’re doing so with the help of unofficial mods.s.
Now that the it’s come to light that players are accessing areas that the developers didn’t intend for them to go, the ban hammer is beginning to come out – though not simply for finding the room. There has been a sort of hidden market place where players are taking the weapons, armor, etc found in this secret room and selling it for insane prices. Because of this – especially since these items aren’t technically meant for the main game, Bethesda has been issuing the following message:
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