The ‘Fallout Worlds’ Update for Fallout 76 is now available
The “Fallout Worlds” upgrade has finally arrived for everyone after brief public testing in July. Fallout Worlds allows users to modify game parameters, such as eliminating construction limitations and enhancing game balance, before inviting others to participate.
For a long time, Fallout 76 allowed you to build your own private servers, but with the latest update, you will be able to customize the world to your liking. You can construct in previously prohibited regions if you wish to. You may also create massive bases without using power, or enhance the difficulty by providing infinite ammunition.
Unfortunately, Fallout 76’s private servers need a “Fallout 1st” membership, which sparked outrage when Bethesda announced it, although the subscribing host can invite other players who don’t typically have the subscription. Bethesda has also built numerous custom worlds that are open to the public and may be played by anybody.
Bethesda described the five public worlds accessible today in an official blog post announcing the release, including “High Risk,” which lacks quick movement and always-on PvP, and “Quantum World,” which lets you jump from a higher point without incurring fall damage.
Fallout 76 was released on October 23, 2018 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game is also available through the Xbox Game Pass.
Join our list
Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.