Bethesda’s revamp of Private Worlds in Fallout 76 is now live with Fallout Worlds. Available to Fallout 1st subscribers, players now have a wider degree of options for customizing their own worlds. Public Worlds are available for all players and consist of unique worlds curated by the developer. These will rotate once per month, starting with Happy Builder which reduces the restrictions on C.A.M.P. placement and building while disabling PvP and revealing all map locations.
Next month sees the addition of High Risk which disables fast travel and Legendary item attributes while keeping PvP on at all times. Players also drop additional loot when they die and workbench crafting is made free. In the Custom Worlds tab, Fallout 1st members can create their own worlds and host up to eight players in each. You can adjust enemy difficulty, item durability, electricity needs, C.A.M.P. budget and much more. Some settings could impact performance though so keep that in mind.
Of course, to access all of this, you’ll need to pay for Fallout 1st which costs $13 per month. Fallout 76 is out now for Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and has seen a number of improvements despite its troubled launch. Even more content is set to come with Fallout 76: Expeditions – The Pitt releasing in 2022.