When Bethesda launched Fallout 76 in 2018, gamers almost immediately started asking for private servers. And when they got these private (premium) servers in 2019, the players had them another request: customize servers. This took longer.
We’re already here in 2021, and Bethesda has announced a new feature set called Fallout Worlds. Starting in September, players with private servers will be able to customize their experience and choose their own server rules.
"Combine unlimited combat AP and infinite ammo to become a powerful barren warrior, set up creatures for serious big game hunting, control weather effects like fog, nuclear radiation, or even storms. quantum, activate absurd jump heights (just remember to turn them off) fall damage), enable the physics of rogue dolls, change the height limit of the settlements … all this and much more are yours to play and experience as agree ". says the Bethesda announcement.
"Using an extensive list of customizable settings, players can build C.A.M.P.s in previously restricted areas or even eliminate the need for electricity to establish the builder's paradise."
Note that private servers are only available for assets Fallout 1st members, which can invite up to 7 more friends to play on your server (and at least one Fallout 1st subscriber must be active on a private server at all times or shut down for everyone). As a reminder, Fallout 1st costs $ 12.99 a month or $ 100 for a one-year subscription.
Below is a sample of some server options, and it looks like you can modify them quite a bit, such as building and building with no resources, no AP costs for combat, and disabling most camp building restrictions, such as the need for energy with generators. You can also increase the budget, height and radius of your camp, so I hope we start building some interesting bases on private servers.
In addition to these custom custom servers, there will also be a feature called Public Worlds, which will be a separate Adventure game mode with a set of custom server rules (created by Bethesda) that players can try without having to subscribe to their private server. Progress in the public worlds will not go into Adventure mode.
"Public Worlds is a rotating series of Fallout Worlds experiences available to all players. Handmade by the Bethesda Game Studios team with input from the Fallout 76 community, each public world uses a different combination of Fallout Worlds settings. Fallout Worlds unique gaming experience ".
It’s been a long wait for custom servers, but they’re ready. Fallout Worlds will hit Fallout 76 in September and will be on public test servers today.