Bethesda has announced Fallout Worlds, the new expansion of Fallout 76 coming in September that will introduce, among other things, support for custom servers, here are all the details on this awaited feature.
After installing the update the main menu will host two new game options called Public Worlds and Custom Worlds. Public Worlds are “a rotating series of Fallout Worlds experiences available to all players,” each world uses a different combination of settings to ensure a unique, non-repeatable experience.
Custom Worlds instead expand the customization of private servers already available in Fallout 76, Bethesda says it “will grant active Fallout 1st members full access to Fallout Worlds settings and features to build a truly personalized Appalachia.” Friends and companions will be able to explore the custom world even without the need to have an active subscription to the Fallout 1st service.
Although the welcome at the launch was not the warmest, Bethesda has worked to solve the problems of Fallout 76 and the same company makes it known that today the game is very different from the debut, inviting the most skeptical players to give it a chance. to this project. Fallout 76 will continue to be supported for a long time, and new expansions are already planned for the future.