Bethesda Softworks now announced Fallout 1st, which serves as a premium membership that presents private worlds in Fallout 76.
Now out there for the title, Fallout 1st’s private worlds will permit for players to have eight total persons per private planet to take on the dangers of post-apocalyptic West Virginia. All gameplay offered will stay the similar from Adventure Mode, but note that each and every character getting into the Fallout 1st private worlds need to be an current character.
Fallout 1st memberships will also give players a month-to-month bonus of 1,650 Atoms to use in the Atomic Shop, along with access to exclusive discounts.
Fallout 1st subscribers will also get their personal private Scrapbox, private tent, ranger armor outfit, and icons and emote pack.
A a single-month membership will price $12.99, although a a single year membership will price $99.99.
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