Fallout 76 Offering Limited Preview for its Subscription Service

A chance to try new features.
A chance to try new features. Bethesda

Fallout 1st is a paid subscription service offered in Fallout 76. While it does have many interesting features, it’s going to cost you $12.99 a month. First made available in October 2019, there’s no question that some players may not have had the chance to experience it.

That’s about to change with the launch of Fallout 1st Limited Preview on November 9. It’s going to give everyone the chance to try the subscription service. To get access, simply head over to the Atomic Shop and get the Fallout 1st Limited Preview “item” for free. After that, go to the Fallout 1st page of the Shop to unlock the Scrapbox. The offer ends on November 15.

For players who join the limited preview, they can set up the Survival Tent as their forward operating base. To do this, just open the favorites menu, press the “Survival Tent” button, and then look for a valid spot to build the tent. The Survival Tent is pre-loaded with a Scrapbox that players can also build in their C.A.M.P.

In addition, players can unlock free items for their C.A.M.P. during the Limited Preview. The good news is that these items remain in the players’ collection even when the preview is done.

Learn more about the paid service here.

Double Double

Those who don’t want to try Fallout 1st still have something to expect with Double Mutation Daily Ops. During this period, enemies in Daily Ops have unique combinations of two Mutations. Those who dare to take them out can get double the rolls on in-game currency rewards and double the Legendary Cores. There’s also Double XP during the Daily Ops runs.

Players can enjoy the Double XP weekend as well. Just join a world in any game mode and earn twice the usual experience. Both events have already started and are set to end on November 8.

Fallout 76 is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This is the first multiplayer game to be released by Bethesda Game Studios.

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