Though Fallout 76 may not have launched in the best possible state (to say the least), the game looks set to get back on track with the upcoming Wastelanders expansion, which seems like it’s going to inject much into the game that players felt was glaringly missing from it back when it first released.
It’ll be bringing many changes, and a byproduct of some of those changes is the fact that certain areas in its map will soon be designated zones where players cannot set up their camps. In a pre-launch build-up blog post, Bethesda confirmed that when players log into the expansion, if your C.A.M.P. is in an area that is now one of the aforementioned zones, you will be asked to move- thankfully, that required move will be handed to you for free. Bethesda have also released an image of the game’s map which has all the no-C.A.M.P. zones marked, which you can take a look at below.
Fallout 76: Wastelanders will be out as a free update for the game on April 14 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Here are the 13 biggest changes it will be introducing to the base game.