Fallout 76's newest free update, Fallout Worlds is now live, introducing two new game modes, expanding Daily Ops, and squashing more of the game's pesky bugs. Public Worlds, one of the two new modes, offers themed experiences and are open to all players.
"One Public World will be available to players at a time. Currently, we are planning to rotate Public Worlds once per month so that you can regularly try out a variety of different experiences. However, rotation frequency may change in the future based on community feedback and other factors," the developer explains.
Kicking things off is the Happy Builder ruleset, which includes leaner C.A.M.P. placement and building restrictions, uncovers all map locations discovered automatically, and disables PvP.
Custom Worlds, on the other hand, are only available to players with an active Fallout 1st membership, giving them the option of tailoring Appalachia to their liking. Available options include disabling workshops' need for electricity, infinite enemy spawns, disabling fast travel, making it free, and more that you can check over on Steam.
Public and Custom Worlds characters do not share progress between themselves or with the game's Adventure Mode. That being said, you can clone your Adventure mode character and use it in any of the two new game modes introduced in Fallout Worlds.
Fallout 76's Daily Ops have also grown with its latest update, receiving new enemies, areas, as well as double mutation weekend events that up the difficulty. You can read about them and all the other changes in the post linked above. In other news, the game's fifth season was extended by two weeks.
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