Vaults have long been one of the more interesting areas to be explored in Fallout games, allowing players to uncover the sinister experiments forced upon their ignorant occupants. The Vault 111 from Fallout 4 puts people in deep sleep, while the inhabitants of the eponymous Vault 76 after 25 years were simply spat out in the wasteland – but what about Vault 63?
It appears on the Fallout 76 card, but appears to be locked tight except for the occasional glitch that teleported players inside. Some had thought they had reduced the content, but after the curious libertine got trapped down there and shared some photos of his trip, Bethesda confirmed that it would eventually be completed.
A Reddit user interested in McStaken "evidently entered the chamber accidentally during a Rad Rat Horde event." Then they made a handful of photographs that showed significant floods and also a nuclear reactor like a fine combination appears:
We could assume that the water came in later, but then again, maybe it was all part of the twisted purpose of the vault.
McStaken stretched to Bethesda, to avoid a ban, this happened to players who entered the Developer's Room, which contains a wealth of powerful items and the poor, lonely NPC Wooby (unlike Wooby, McStaken eventually escaped.)
She got along well with luck, and a community manager named JessBethesda said, "I am glad to hear that you have entered and left the vault in one piece We are still under construction, but we look forward to hearing more about how they will become part of the game.
McStaken's detour was not the first time anyone had been in a previously inaccessible area – the ability to disturb through walls seems to have been a mistake that has been rectified lately. The players have previously been in the Vaults 94 and 96 as well, suggesting that there will eventually be several new holes for Fallow Rabbits that can be legitimized.