Fallout 76 will let you customize your world

Fallout 76 will let you customize your world

Bethesda has changed many things on Fallout 76 since it was released in 2018 and has managed to turn the game into a much more complete experience for most players. The addition of more gameplay modes, NPCs, and plenty of other new features has contributed to creating a game that offers a a more exciting experience with very satisfying gameplay for all those that want to immerse themselves into the post-apocalyptic universe of Fallout 76. But it seems that the developers have even more things in store for us and a new free update for the game is going to give to the players the opportunity of customizing the type of experience they want to live when playing the game. 

Bethesda has announced Fallout Worlds, a new feature for Fallout 76 that adds two new gameplay modes. On one hand, Public Worlds are a rotating series of custom servers available to all players where they will play under very specific settings for a unique experience. Some of them will only be available for a limited time. On the other hand, Custom Worlds will allow active Fallout 1st members to create private servers and customize their settings to create their own personalized adventure world. The range of variables that you will be able to modify at launch will be quite wide, allowing you to change the difficulty, restrictions, and even physics. Of course, you will be able to share the fun with other players by inviting them, and it does not matter if they do not have a Fallout 1st membership.



Fallout Worlds is already available to Fallout 76 players on the Public Test Servers but it will be a while until it goes live, presumably in September. Of course, if you are yet to discover what the game has to offer and you are looking for a thrilling multiplayer adventure in a post-apocalyptic setting, you can find the best price to purchase Fallout 76 on our comparator.

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