Fallout 76’s cartoon kitsch explains how base-building works

Fallout 76’s cartoon kitsch explains how base-building works

Bethesda’s newest promotional cartoon for Fallout 76 exhibits how nuclear warfare has reverted West Virginia from Jetsons to Flintstones. That is okay! We’ll rebuild!

That is the place the Development and Meeting Cell Platform (which conveniently acroynms to CAMP) is useful. This futuristic workbench spits out shelter, food and drinks apparatuses, and medical stations.  This little inexperienced field is the muse of Fallout 76‘s crafting system — offered you’ve got the uncooked supplies to make it work, in fact.

CAMP is the software that each one of Fallout 76‘s base-building appears to undergo, as Bethesda briefly defined at E3. Settlements might be cooperatively constructed (Fallout 76 emphasizes social experiences, in spite of everything), and relocated wherever on the map for a price. Nukes cannot kill neighborly one-upmanship although, so anticipate an arms race to see who can get the nicest stuff. Self-importance by no means modifications.

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