Bethesda’s Fallout 76 is getting a major overhaul of its current Private Worlds in September. Dubbed Fallout Worlds, it allows Fallout 1st subscribers to customize their own server in much more detail. You can create C.A.M.P.s in areas that were previously restricted, alter C.A.M.P. height, radius and budget, and much more.
In terms of gameplay options, players can toggle infinite ammo and combat AP, spawn tough creatures all over the place, enable radiation and Quantum Storms, and even have ragdoll physics (with more options in the future). Fallout Worlds will be divided into two modes – Public Worlds and Custom Worlds. The former will be available to all players and are hand-crafted by Bethesda (with input from the community) to provide a unique experience.
Custom Worlds, as the name denotes, offers full control over the settings to create one’s unique world. You can also invite other players, even if they don’t have a Fallout 1st membership. Fallout Worlds is out on Public Test Servers today with more details coming later so stay tuned in the meantime.