All Bethesda Game Studios games have “cheat rooms,” or little slices of the world cordoned off from the main game that have every item in the game. These areas are kind of like the space between worlds, a Twilight Zone of goods, gear, and content that didn’t make it into the final game. They exist for developers to test out various scenarios and ensure items act the way they should. Fallout 76 has such a zone, and it’s been accessed by players.
Remember the console commands “coc qasmoke” and “coc testqaitems” from Fallout 3 and Fallout 4 that granted you access to a special cheat area? Fallout 76 may be a live game but it’s not that different than its predecessors in this respect–it has a QA zone too, but it’s not accessible by console commands. Gamers have found a way to jump into the area and have found all sorts of surprises, including a human NPC called Wooby, as well as every item in the game.
Access essentially makes you into a god and removes the need to keep playing outside of leveling up. Everything from…
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