The Weird and Wonderful Fans STILL Playing Fallout 76 | IGN Inside Stories

The launch of Fallout 76, was a disaster. The once-lauded series went from controversy to controversy and according to most, was dead on arrival. But 4 years later, not only are vault dwellers still emerging, but they’re being extremely weird.

From black markets, Shakespeare troupes and full-time courier services, all the way to roleplaying cannibals and trap-camp serial killers, we get to the bottom of why Fallout diehards are not only still playing the once ridiculed game, but why their Fallout 76 obsession is taking the MMO further than was ever intended.

This is the IGN Inside Story of the weird and wonderful fans still playing Fallout 76.

With special thanks to:
Matt Wills –
Kenneth Vigue and the CHAD podcast –
Northern Harvest and The Wasteland Theatre Company –
David Nicolson and EATT 76 –
Uranium Fever –
Craig Bruyn –
Fallout Five-O –
Games are Fun –
Aswiftkickinthejunk –
FudgeMuppet –

00:00 – Intro
01:43 – Fallout 76 History
06:01 – Legacy Weapons
13:05 – Fallout Roleplay
17:01 – Wasteland Theatre
25:20 – Roleplaying Cannibals
29:45 – Trap Camps
34:45 – Roleplaying Couriers
37:10 – Fallout For Hope
39:15 – Outro
42:00 – Credits

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