Fallout 76 Private Servers Will Be Much More Customizable Soon thanks to Fallout Worlds. With this new system, Fallout 1st subscribers can customize a variety of variables to create their own Fallout 76 experiences.
With Fallout Worlds, your imagination is the limit when you are under the sky of your own personal Appalachia. Using a wide list of customizable settings, players can build CAMPs in previously restricted areas or even eliminate the need for electricity to create a builder’s paradise. Do you love Fallout 76’s survival mechanics? You can choose to brave the untamed wilds of Appalachia by changing the PVP rules and difficulty settings. And those are just two examples of what’s possible in Fallout Worlds.
Combine unlimited battle AP and infinite ammo to become a mighty wasteland warrior, configure creature spawns for serious big game hunting, control weather effects like fog, nuclear radiation or even Quantum Storms, turn on absurd jump heights (don’t forget to trap damage switch), enable ragdoll physics, change settlement height limit… all this and more you can play and experiment as you like.
And yes, this list of customization options will keep expanding!
Fallout Worlds is divided into Custom Worlds and Public Worlds. The first will be available to Fallout 1st subscribers, although they can invite non-subscribers to join their custom servers. The latter, on the other hand, will be accessible to everyone; these will be temporary, customized experiences, handcrafted by Bethesda itself. They will rotate and they will not share progress with the regular Adventure mode, nor will it be possible to complete challenges or earn scores while playing there.
Fallout Worlds is now available for testing on Fallout 76’s public test servers. Bethesda aims to release the feature in September.
According to the roadmap, players can expect four-star Legendary Weapons and Armor, CAMP pets, new Public Challenges and Daily Ops, and the seasonal event The Ritual later this year.
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