Bethesda Softworks has performed a maintenance update today for Fallout 76 and fixed the issue with Nukes not triggering since January 1st. They are also promising a big update later this month for the game.
Fallout 76 last received its update at the end of December before the development team went on a break due to end of year holidays. They followed up with a new year message that promises a big Fallout 76 update version 1.05 for later this month. The details and patch notes for this new update will be shared closer to their launch, so look forward to them.
In other news, Fallout 76 Nukes were glitched and there was no way to trigger them. While we have covered the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes for January 1 to 7, no one was able to use them to launch nukes since the start of this year.
#Fallout76 maintenance is complete and the game is accessible. Thank you for your patience.
— Bethesda Support (@BethesdaSupport) January 2, 2019
Today, Bethesda Softworks has performed server maintenance for Fallout 76 and finally fixed this issue, so if you want to launch Nukes, by all means, do it now. They are an interesting gameplay addition to the world of Fallout 76 so make sure to check them out.
Despite all of its issues, Bethesda Softworks has managed to keep the support of the game going strong after all the controversy it has faced since its launch. If you are a fan of the traditional old Fallout, then this is not the game for you. Those who are open to see the series experiment can find it enjoyable with the focus on online elements.