Fallout 76 dataminers find signs suggesting a return to Washington, D.C.

Fallout 76 dataminers find signs suggesting a return to Washington, D.C.

We’ve still not heard much about Fallout 76’s Expeditions. Often hinted at but never formally announced, the DLC-like feature hopes to one day take the game beyond the Appalachian wilderness for some atomic vacationing. But new screenshots from a supposedly hacked server suggest one of these may take us all the way back to Washington, D.C.—the setting for Bethesda’s Fallout debut.

The images were shared via an Imgur link on the Fallout76 subreddit by cyberRakan, and show some heavily work-in-progress environments that many feel strongly resemble Fallout 3’s urban landscape—in particular, the unmistakeable shake of Dupont Circle. 

(Image credit: Bethesda, via cyberRakan)

Most of the assets are visibly placeholder, particularly the large spire at the back of the image. While widely believed to be a rough blockout of the Washington Monument, many contend that it could be anything from a church spire to New York’s Chrysler Building.

leaked screenshot of Fallout 76

(Image credit: Bethesda, via cyberRakan)

The shots were supposedly taken by a “friend” of Rakan’s on a hacked server. Apparently, parts of the FO76 community have bashed together their own servers that, while highly unstable, allow access to parts of the game otherwise inaccessible on official servers.

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