The Fallout Worlds update for Fallout 76 introduced a bunch of new features like new public and custom worlds that don’t follow the usual rules and extended daily operations.
Fallout Worlds’ Fallout 76 update drops today and we know Meat Week is over and dusted off, but this is a beefy update. Get ready for new game modes, expanded daily operations with double mutation weekends, new locations, new enemies and more
General highlights of the Fallout Worlds update from Fallout 76
- Public Worlds – specialized, thematic and accessible game settings.
- Custom Worlds – available only to Fallout 1st members.
- Daily Operations – expect Double Mutation events every other weekend, a new group of enemies, three new locations, and new rewards.
- Nuclear Winter Rewards: Nuclear Winter mode has been disabled. Advantage coins based on progression have been added to player accounts, and Nuclear Winter cosmetics can now be earned in public events.
Update the download sizes to version 126.96.36.199 for your platform
- PC (Bethesda.net): 15.3 GB
- PC (Microsoft Store): 23.3 GB
- PC (Steam): 16.1 GB
- PlayStation: 22.8 GB
- Xbox: 23.3 GB
Fallout 76’s public worlds will be special instances with a pre-selected group of settings and a special theme. Only one of these private worlds will be available at a time, each month bringing a new experience. This program is subject to change.
The top five public worlds and the general vibe you can expect:
- Happy Builder: CAMP placement restrictions reduced, construction restrictions relaxed, all map slots discovered, and PvP has been disabled.
- High Risk: No fast travel, PVP still active, players drop extra loot on death, Free workbench creation, Legendary item attributes disabled.
- Dweller Must Die: Significantly increased enemy difficulty, increased damage, increased equipment durability, and “Dark Bog” weather effects.
- Quantum World: Maximum jump height, no fall damage, nuked creatures and flora, and “Quantum Storm” weather.
- Butcher’s Delight: Infinite ammo, no VAT or melee attack AP cost, and improved dismemberment.
Those with an active Fallout 1st subscription can now select the Custom Worlds option from the Play menu and go on an adventure creating a new world to suit their tastes with up to seven friends.
Remark : The Private Worlds mode has been renamed “Private Adventure” from today.
Some of the custom worlds options available:
- Workshop: Build in previously restricted areas, turn off the need for electricity, increase your CAMP budget and build height, relax building restrictions, and more.
- Combat: Infinite enemies spawn, change PvP rules, adjust enemy difficulty, give yourself infinite ammo, change item durability, etc.
- General: Disable Fast Travel or make it free. Choose from special weather effects, including Radstorms and Nuke Zones, as well as new weather effects, like Quantum Storm and Dark Bog. Add filters for a unique view of the Appalachians, adjust the jump height, fall damage or even the consequences in case of death.
Some custom world settings may impact the performance of your game client. However, you are still free to use them and can always turn them on or off again if needed.
There are three save locations available for custom worlds and you can choose one to set it as the active instance. Each custom world can be changed after being saved to one of the locations.
Fallout 1st members can connect to a previously visited custom world even when the world owner is offline and here’s how:
- Select custom worlds
- See the worlds
- Select your friend’s world in the “Shared world” section
- Set the desired world to “Active”