Bethesda Charging Fallout 76 Players $99.99 a Year for Private Servers

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Bethesda has introduced a new premium membership option for Fallout 76 fans who want the post-apocalyptic wasteland all to themselves, or a group of up to seven friends. For $12.99 a month (or $99.99 a year), Fallout 1st will offer “Private Worlds,” which will allow players to do exactly that. It’ll also grant a number of in-game benefits, such as a scrapbox that grants unlimited storage for crafting components, a placeable fast-travel point in the form of a survival tent, 1,650 Atoms per month, and the iconic Ranger Armor outfit.

Only the owner of a private world is required to be a Fallout 1st member. Head into your private world, open your Social menu once you’re in-game, and start inviting your friends to kick off the party. You can also create a squad outside of your private world and then switch to it to bring everyone along at once. Should the owner of the private world leave, the world will still stay active as long as one other player in the world is a Fallout 1st member.


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