Fallout 76 Players Found Phil Spencer – And Nuked Him

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Recently, clips of Fallout 76 players stumbling upon the one and only Phil Spencer in-game surfaced online. Players rubbed shoulders with the Microsoft Gaming CEO in a series of short videos, encouraging him to perform emotes and wave hello to the camera.

And then they nuked him.


Nuclear Justice

Phil Spencer has long professed his love of the Fallout series, often talking about playing Fallout 76 occasionally. He’s not shy about his gaming profiles and leaves them publicly viewable, so it’s not tough to see how much time he’s sunk into Bethesda Game Studios’ post-apocalyptic MMORPG.

A few weeks ago, Spencer aired his grievances about a feature that he’d love to come to the game. Even the CEO of Microsoft Gaming has his bugbears about the rags-to-riches MMO that miserably started life before turning around into something monumental and widely appreciated.

In a post published on Twitter, it was revealed that not every player was happy to see Phil Spencer parading around Appalachia in Fallout 76. One user had gone to the effort of singling out Spencer’s in-game C.A.M.P. and launching a nuke at it, enshrouding it in an irradiated no-go zone.

It makes sense Phil Spencer resides on that part of the map. His base of operations is on the fringes of the Whitesprings Resort, which is a well-to-do and fancy location reserved for the pre-war elite. It even houses a secret bunker originally dedicated to preserving society’s finest in the case of a nuclear apocalypse. It wouldn’t be like Phil to set up shop in the murky backwaters of The Mire or the stifling pits of Toxic Valley.


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