When Fallout 76 was first announced there was plenty of excitement going around. Fallout is a massive franchise and having an MMO where you can enjoy the wasteland with friends had players quickly chopping at the bits to get a copy of the game. Unfortunately, the game had some hiccups and failed to capture a wide audience, but with several updates, it brought a more traditional Fallout experience to the title. Now if you were hoping to enjoy the game in a private match, you’ll have the ability to do so, but it will cost you.
Fallout 76 features players emerging from Vault 76, a group that’s destined to help rebuild civilization after the bombs dropped. Being the first ones out of the vault, you’ll have to build up forts, new city locations, work with other players and defeat hostile enemies. Of course, not all players are like-minded resulting in PvP. Overall, the game was an open-world MMO but now a new alert from Bethesda reveals that a private world option is in the works.
This is in the form of a premium membership that can cost you $12.99 per month or $99 per year. It will give you access to private worlds along with other assortments of exclusive goods which we’ll list down below.
Premium Membership Benefits
Private Worlds – Up to 8 players
Scrapbox – Unlimited storage for crafting components
Survival Tent – A placeable fast travel point
Atoms – 1,650 Atoms per month
Ranger Armor Outfit – Iconic Fallout outfit
Icons & Emotes Pack – Unique icons and emotes
Does the Fallout 76 premium membership sound something worth investing in? Currently, Fallout 76 is available for the PC, PlayStation 4, and lastly, the Xbox One platforms.