Fallout 76 player creates deadly Deathclaw maze

By Lauren Aitken, Monday, 11 March 2019 08:37 GMT

A crafty Fallout 76 player has created the perfect maze if you’re looking to do something a bit different.

Due to its distinct lack of human NPCs, players in Fallout 76 have taken to building their own amusements, such as their own Raider-style forts and welcoming homesteads.

One player, Korindabar, has taken this a step further and built his own maze with fancy signage and everything. His signs read, “beat the maze!” and “win prizes” which, as any good Fallout player knows, is probably garbage.

Sporting a fancy top hat and blue dressing gown, he beckons over other players to come and explore his maze. Once a player enters the maze he locks the door, which requires a level 3 lockpicking skill to open again, trapping them inside.

He then jumps up to the gallery above to watch unwitting players open false doors and dart around corners before a level 21 Deathclaw appears and panic ensues.

Some players grow wise to the trap as occasionally the Deathclaw will roar before, which causes the ground the shake, and they’ll run back out the door before it’s too late. Other players weren’t so lucky.

If you want to die a painful yet unsurprising death, keep your eye out for the maze and the friendly owner.

Fallout 76 will receive a new patch this week that will rebalance Heavy and Energy weapons, and you’ll also be able to build even bigger and better C.A.M.P.s

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