Fallout 76: Fallout Worlds brings custom worlds to paying players

Fallout 76: Fallout Worlds brings custom worlds to paying players

Fallout 76

Fallout Worlds is out. In addition to the public and user-defined worlds, the update also brings optimizations and bug fixes. The highlight is the ability to create public and custom worlds. You can adapt and change certain aspects of the game world.

One of these public worlds is available to you at a fixed time, a monthly change is planned. It starts with the world of "Happy Builder", in which there are fewer restrictions on C.A.M.P. placement and PvP is deactivated. Furthermore, the launch of Fallout Worlds marks the start of Season 6, with the focus on the fight of the unstoppable against the diabolical. There are also other new features, optimizations and fixes. You can find the full patch notes on the official website, here are the highlights in the overview:

Highlights of the "Fallout Worlds" update for Fallout 76

New game types: With the public worlds you will experience Appalachia like never before! Public worlds are accessible to all players and have special game settings that each fit a specific theme. Your world, à la carte: Fallout 1st members can now create custom worlds and create their own personalized versions of Appalachia thanks to a wide variety of modifiable game settings. Season 6 start: Join the unstoppable in their battle against the nefarious fiends, which of course takes place on a brand new board with tons of rank rewards. Expanded Daily Operations: Our latest addition to the Daily Operations lets you experience double mutation events every other weekend and provides a new group of enemies, three fresh locations and new rewards! Nuclear Winter Rewards: Nuclear Winter mode has been disabled. We have rewarded players for their progress with skill coins, and you can now get cosmetic nuclear winter items through public events. Source: Bethesda

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate perks offering Fallout 1st trial for Fallout 76

Fallout 76’s subscription model, Fallout 1st, has been added as an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate perk, with Ultimate members able to claim one month of the premium subscription for free.Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members have access to various perks that offer them trials to subscription services like Disney+ and in-game cosmetic items. The newest edition to the service comes from Fallout 76 (thanks, Windows Central), Bethesda’s mass multiplayer game set in the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Microsoft is offering Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members a month’s trial of Fallout 1st on Xbox consoles and Windows PC, the game’s premium subscription model.

Fallout 1st gives subscribers additional in-game benefits in the way of private matchmaking, exclusive cosmetic items, an in-game currency called “Atoms,” and more. Generally priced at $13 per month, this is a great time for anyone interested in the game to see what is available to them as a paying customer, without spending a penny.

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