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An all-new Fallout 76 experience is coming and it's called Fallout Worlds. A powerful set of customisation tools that basically lets you configure and create your very own Wasteland. Build C.A.M.P.s with unlimited power and materials anywhere, double down on survival, make the world more dangerous, make ammo a thing of the past, control weather effects, and even mess with jumping heights and ragdoll physics.

It's basically the mod tool we've been waiting for.


Yeah, this sounds very cool. And exactly the sort of thing Fallout 76 needs. Powerful tools to adjust physics and creature spawns and set C.A.M.P. parameters and even cover the map with constant Quantum Storms. As per the reveal, Bethesda notes that the customisation options are set to expand over time.

Fallout Worlds is set to arrive in September and all players will have access to Public Worlds, which are hand-crafted instances by the team at Bethesda. Player created Custom World creation will be limited to those with a Fallout 1st subscription (which runs at a hefty $180 AUD per year) -- though anyone will be able to join a Custom World.


"We’re committed to bringing even more customizable options and ways to play to Fallout Worlds with eyes on the feedback of the Fallout 76 community," writes Bethesda. "Our goal is giving players the ability to transform Fallout 76 into, as the name implies, their very own world. Whether you’re craving your own immersive roleplaying server, impressive personal fortress, wacky platforming level or whatever else your imagination conjures, we can’t wait to see what the Fallout 76 community brings to Fallout Worlds."

The first Fallout Worlds to test are coming to the Public Test Servers on PC today.



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