Bethesda has been dealing with dev room glitches, item duplication bugs, and other exploits ever since Fallout 76's launch, but the developer just announced that they've completed some "'Spring cleaning' to rid the Wasteland of many items that were created through the abuse of duplication exploits." Bethesda says the duplication bugs were "highly focused" towards about 400 specific weapon and armor items, and that players who had multiple copy of this items will now log in to find that the extra copies are gone. According to Eurogamer's Emma Kent, who is keeping an eye on some of the shadier Fallout 76 Discord channels, it appears that the "Spring Cleaning" was successful. In related Fallout 76 news, Bethesda also posted some more changes that are coming in Patch 6, including a stash limit increase to 800 and bug fixes for grenade launchers and quest containers Power Armor was exempt from today's item removals, but we are actively discussing another wave of action to target these items in the future. Additionally, if a player had multiple copies of duped items removed as part of today's actions, we also performed a follow-up search of their account for very large amounts of Nuka-Cola and removed those, as well. Finally, 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. This means the vast majority of players did not possess multiple copies of these duped items, and have had zero items removed from their characters today.