Fallout 76 Invites You to New Gameplay Experience with Fallout Worlds

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The Fallout Worlds update has finally arrived in Fallout 76. It introduces two new game modes: Public Worlds and Custom Worlds. Through these new modes, developer Bethesda hopes that players can have a new gameplay experience.

Today, we’ll look a little closer into what these new modes have to offer.

Public Worlds

This mode hopes to shake up the usual gameplay experience by offering a special world with pre-selected settings enabled, all of which fit a theme. Public Worlds allows all players to immediately dive in. However, only one Public World is available to players at a time.

For now, it seems that the plan is to rotate Public Worlds once a month so that players can enjoy different experiences. The rotation frequency could change in the near future based on feedback from the community, among other factors.

There are five Public Words with the first one being the “Happy Builder.” This was actually a result of the voting by those who were able to join the Public Test Server. Conditions for Happy Builder include reduced C.A.M.P. placement restrictions, relaxed building restrictions, all Map locations discovered, and PvP disabled.

The other four worlds are:

  • High Risk
    • No Fast Travel
    • Always-on PVP
    • Players drop additional loot on death
    • Free workbench crafting
    • Legendary item attributes disabled
  • Dweller Must Die
    • Greatly increased enemy difficulty
    • Increased damage
    • Increased equipment durability
    • “Dark Bog” weather effects
  • Quantum World
    • Max jump height
    • No fall damage
    • Nuked creatures and flora
    • “Quantum Storm” weather
  • Butcher’s Delight
    • Infinite ammo
    • No VATS or melee attack AP costs
    • Enhanced dismemberment

Custom Worlds

While Public Worlds is available to all players, Custom Worlds is exclusive to those who have active Fallout 1st memberships. Here, members can create their own world and put their own settings. By the way, to avoid possible confusion, the Private Worlds mode is now known as “Private Adventure.”

Here are some of the settings that members can customize:

  • Workshop
    • Build on previously restricted areas.
    • Disable the need for electricity.
    • Increase the C.A.M.P. budget and build height.
    • Relax building restrictions.
  • Combat
    • Infinite enemy spawns.
    • Alter PvP rules.
    • Adjust enemy difficulty.
    • Give yourself infinite ammo.
    • Change item durability.
  • General
    • Disable Fast Travel or make it free.
    • Choose special weather effects like Radstorms and Nuke Zones.
    • Apply new weather effects that include Quantum Storm and Dark Bog.
    • Add filters for a unique view of Appalachia.
    • Adjust jump height.
    • Fall damage.

Learn more about Fallout Worlds here.

Fallout 76 is an online action RPG released on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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