Bethesda has begun taking action against players who managed to get into Fallout 76's developer room. Anyone who's stepped inside will have their account suspended. Bethesda is also asking these players to describe the process which got them in. Refusing to do so will result in the account remaining unusable, while complying to the request will have their accounts "investigated".
Players who've managed to send the items inside to another account are reporting that Bethesda is taking action only against the account that actually entered the developer room, at least for the moment.
Developer rooms aren't necessarily uncommon, hosting all the items in the game for testing purposes. What's more, Fallout 76's developer room also contained a handful of upcoming items, alongside a human NPC named Wooby.
While the presence of a human NPC could be seen as a hint that they might, eventually, be coming to Fallout 76, it's likely that Wooby is just a punching bag for the various items in the developer room.
While patches have started being released following the game's disastrous launch, it looks like Fallout 76-related blunders won't go away in 2019. Previously, Bethesda also banned people for mods, including ultrawide resolution fixes, while one player found himself unable to die.