Fallout 76 Gives A Peek At Allies And What They Offer

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Fallout 76 has been all about the Wastelanders lately, which makes sense as this update is set to be released on April 7. Today we're taking a look at the special human NPCs known as Allies and how they can affect your C.A.M.P.

One big change that arrives with the Wastelanders update is Factions, or new human enemy groups. There are also going to be other characters that players are going to meet. One type of these charactrers are known as Allies, or human NPC that hopefully make your C.A.M.P. livelier by offering you to be part of different activities.

As players journey across the Wasteland, they're going to meet different Allies. Some of them can be recruited to join your C.A.M.P. either through conversations or proving yourself in one way or another. The thing to remember is that when it comes to Allies, each one has a different personality. Players should be able to learn more by speaking with them or completing the daily quests that they offer.

There are also going to be Allies that players can only meet by completing their introductory quest. Take Beckett for example. The initial task starts a questline that takes players deeper into this character's story. Players soon know more about him and how he is trying to escape and atone for what is clearly a troubled past.

Once players complete a named ally's story quest, the ally now starts to offer daily quests. Taking part in these quests can give players extra loot and additional XP.

For those who manage to convince an ally to be part of their home base, they get to unlock a C.A.M.P. object that's unique to that particularly ally. Going back to Beckett, players who complete his quests get to construct Beckett's Bar. Here, Beckett not only serves drinks, but can also lend an ear for conversations. He also asks for help now and then for something he needs done.

One advantage that an ally offers is an added layer of security since they help defend a player's C.A.M.P. when enemies try to enter. The disadvantage is that only one of these can be present in a player's C.A.M.P. This means that for those who want to try out a new ally, they need to swap out the old one.

Are you excited yet to meet the Allies? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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