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Perceived as a scourge by many players, to the point where in-game militias began hunting down 'dupers', comes a new update as part of maintenance that has seemingly removed a large number of duplicated items from Fallout 76. As part of the update, Bethesda notes, "These actions were highly-focused toward a list of over 400 weapon and armor items we identified as common duplication targets."

Adding that players with more than one of these items, obtained via duping exploits or obtained from another player - have been removed. All but one, meaning that questionably obtained items might still be in the game, but not in the rampant form previously seen.

Interestingly Bethesda also added, "During our investigation leading up to these actions, we determined that less than 1% of all Fallout 76 accounts combined across all three platforms needed to have duped items removed." Which reinforces the idea that most people play games without cheating - which is nice.

The maintenance was part of a 'Spring Cleaning' initiative no doubt in preparation for new content coming soon, with Bethesda looking to implement another dupe item wave removal in the future. Possibly covering Power Armor exploits and others.


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