Fallout 76 recently arrived on Xbox Game Pass meaning those with the service on PC can play the game as part of their subscription. Problem is, a lot of players are running into a NoRegionPing error when attempting to boot up the game. Here are a few fixes we've found that solve the problem.
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How to Fix No RegionPing Error on Fallout 76 Game Pass
To fix the NoRegionPing error when playing Fallout 76 on Game Pass, we found that moving the game file to your OS drive or C drive worked like a charm. The file will be automatically added to a secondary folder when downloaded, so just move it over and reload the game. If you're still having issues, try the other fix below.
Unblock AWS in Your Firewall Settings
Fallout 76 is hosted on Amazon AWS servers so making sure these aren't blocked in your DNS and firewall settings could help alleviate the error. If this doesn't work, it's likely that the issue is related to the Game Pass version of Fallout 76 specifically, so you'll need to wait for Bethesda to update with a fix. In the meantime you can submit a support ticket which should help Bethesda see what a widespread problem this is.
While you wait for Bethesda to fix this issue why not check out some of our articles on Fallout 76? First up there's our episode of the Branching Narratives podcast that interviews Vice President Pete Hines. Then there's our review of the Nuclear Winter battle royale mode.