Fallout 76’s Fallout 1st subscription gets Custom Worlds

And you can invite subscriptionless friends to join in!

Fallout 76‘s Fallout 1st membership will soon support Custom Worlds, with the functionality added to the PC version’s Public Test Servers today.

Custom Worlds and Public Worlds make up a larger program called Fallout Worlds, according to a new blog post from Bethesda.

“With Fallout Worlds, your imagination is the limit when under the sky of your own personal Appalachia,” it reads. “Utilizing a wide list of customizable settings, players can construct C.A.M.P.s in previously restricted areas or even remove the need for electricity to establish a builder’s paradise.”

The Custom Worlds functionality will be open to those with a Fallout 1st subscription, though those members without can be invited to a friend’s instance or simply take part in Public Worlds.

As a reminder, Fallout 1st is a subscription priced at $180 AUD per year.

“Public Worlds are a rotating series of Fallout Worlds experiences available to all players,” Bethesda continued. “Hand-crafted by the team at Bethesda Game Studios with input from the Fallout 76 community, each Public World uses a different combination of Fallout Worlds’ settings to bring you a unique play experience.”

We’ll let you know when Fallout Worlds goes live to all.

Fallout 76 is currently available on Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S & X, PS4 and PS5. It’s available on PC and Xbox through the Xbox Game Pass subscription program.

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