Bethesda gives players the ability to change things Fallout 76. The latest changes for the game come to test servers including SPECIAL loadouts, CAMP slots, and other bonuses that help longtime gamers keep things fresh. Windows PC gamers will be able to test these changes on February 5th. They can change if there are technical or balance problems.
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SPECIAL is a character’s array of statistics (strength, perception, stamina, charisma, intelligence, agility and luck) that determines whether they can perf orm certain skill checks, select dialogue options or use certain weapons effectively. At level 25, characters can set up SPECIAL charges while at their base. Players can build a punch card machine at their base or use it at train stations around the world to set up two loads per character. In the future, possible players will be able to activate further loadouts via the real money store Atomic Shop.
In the meantime, builders can now create multiple bases. The CAMP system currently allows players to create a base within a certain budget of materials and items. Now players can create and exchange different CAMPs, so players can quickly move from a commercial business to a cozy home or military base.
Vending machines will persist across instances, but display cases can be set up to hold different items in a player’s different CAMPs. The sales and display features may not be available on February 5th as developers are still implementing these changes. However, they should be available for testing shortly afterwards.
Gameplay fixes and optimizations
The Daily Ops system will also be expanded. Daily Ops offer players quests around the world with rewards based on their speed and efficiency. There will be a new game mode, Decryption, in which players search for code carriers and use their information to deactivate radio interceptors. Vault 96 and the Watgoa Raider Arena will now host Daily Ops, and new enemies like Scorched and Mothman Cultists will be there to battle players, along with more mutations and threats.
There are also a number of minor quality of life improvements for both combat and craft. The developers have continued reviewing aiming aid for gamers using controllers and this feature will be available for testing. Players can also batch craft while cooking or assembling. The global activity menu has more information like vending machines and nuclear zones. Melee players will also find that their attack animations have been cleaned up.
This weekend, Fallout 76 Players can sign up and receive more Legendary Scrip when they trade in their unwanted gear. Players can earn 300 Legendary Scrips per day through February 1st, when the amount goes back to the standard number.