Fallout 76 allows players to collect in-game blueprints and paid cosmetics to customize their CAMPs. It’s a wonderfully domestic way to spend time in the Appalachian Badlands, and custom builds are an important part of the game’s community. Bethesda has the options of players by adding. expanded Tools for a full-fledged water park to play with
The new water park allows players to create some pretty impressive vacation spots that stand out against the desolate backdrop of robbers, moths, and abandoned settlements full of skeletons. Fans are already enjoying setting up their own water parks for the summer. The water park also has synergies with some clever constructs that Fail 76 Builders created outside the Atomic Store, like a submarine hacked together by a clever builder.
While water parks can be fun and delightful, they have drawn a bit of anger from some gamers. As one fan put it on social media, “That’s cool and everything, but give me a few things that look like they belong in a wasteland.”
Fallout 76 takes place in a landscape that is recovering from nuclear war, full of robbers and nefarious villains. But the CAMP construction scene has focused on creating larger and more elaborate structures. Sometimes these two things can conflict. For some players, a water park is a little too silly for their tastes. For others, Fallout 76 is just a version of Animal Crossing where everyone has weapons – the more tools they have, the better. If you play on the public servers, other people’s CAMPs will always pop up in the world to change the scenery, and maybe it’s not always for the better.
In September, Bethesda will be rolling out custom worlds that will allow players to set up their own constraints, communities, and continuities. Of course, to set up your own private world you’ll need a Fallout First subscription or a friend who has one. Those who continue to play with the crowd may come across an increasingly impressive array of buildings as they explore the Appalachians.