Good news for Fallout 76 building enthusiasts, as Bethesda is bringing custom servers to the game, allowing you to remove CAMP building limits and construct a home wherever your heart desires. If you’re paying for a Fallout 1st subscription, that is.
Fallout Worlds is a new system that’s set to arrive in the live game this September, and it’s already been rolled out to Fallout 76’s public test server. It includes a feature called Custom Worlds, which allows players to tweak world rules such as where CAMPs can be placed, the permitted size of CAMPs, or whether “free building” is allowed. Which basically sounds like a creative mode.
It seems there are some options for PvP players, too: the combat section of the world settings allows players to tweak the difficulty of the world, such as the AP cost of using VATS and Melee. There’s also an option to turn on infinite ammo, so you could essentially turn Fallout 76 into your own personal paintball game.
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