Players attitude towards Bethesda's youngest and most troublesom child can be summed up in one sentence:
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.
And we had quite a lot lemonade recently, thanks to the most faithful members of the Fallout 76 community, who do their best to ensure that the game does not die prematurely. What does dies prematurely, however, are other players' characters. The race to invent more and more creative traps is becoming a common practice among wastelanders of the Appalachians. They say that to love someone is to die for that person. A Youtube user named Kazamati has created an opportunity to prove it. Vault Boy gives a thumbs up.
Imagine you enter such a place of love and debauchery, you see intricate, cosy decorations. Watered plants add charm to the lobby right from the start. From behind the reception desk you can hear pleasant jazz notes. Together with your loved one you set the price, pick up the key to the room and, holding hands, walk up the stairs to the first floor. It's your evening, your night. You start kissing, the atmosphere gets steamy, you embrace and lie on the bed... only to activate a trapdoor that sends you twenty meters down, back into the lobby, and in the meantime everything goes up in flames because someone fired up the flamethrowers. Smokin'.
So many ways to die..
Other players do not remain indebted. Some time ago we wrote about a Deathclaw labirynth. In addition, there are many other interesting ways to get killed in Fallout 76. We might run into traps like this:
- catapult made of barbed-wire traps (sometimes combined with other extras),
- human oven,
- Brahmin launcher,
- bank/burning prison,
- watching an exhibition on the couch with flamethrowers installed behind you,
- garbage chute with flames and electrocution.
Country roads, take me home...
- Fallout - official website
- Fallout 76 - game guide
- Bethesda - offcial homepage