Fallout 76 – Crafting, CAMP System and can you build in Co-Op?

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Fallout 76 – Crafting, CAMP System and can you build in Co-Op?

Fallout 76 looks set to evolve crafting and building bases first introduced in Fallout 4. The main difference here is that players can build anywhere they want and can help each other defend settlements and camps. There is much to learn in Fallout 76 which is why we decided to create this guide on Crafting and Base Construction to help you. We will cover everything we know about the new CAMP System and see how foundation building works in the first online-only Fallout game.

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Build camps and settlements in Fallout 76

We learned a lot about how settlements work in Fallout 76 during Bethesda’s E3 Press Conference. Of course, construction was an important mechanic in Fallout 4, where players could build settlements and attract NPCs to live there. It seems that Fallout 76 has an even greater focus on building mechanics, allowing players to create settlements wherever they want. With no human NPCs to talk about in Fallout 76, it’s up to you and your friends to fill the stage and populate any structure you build.

For that reason, there are many details that you must assimilate and we have gathered them in the useful list that you can read now.

  • CAMP System – Fallout 76 will present a new construction system called CAMP, which is a portable construction platform. This allows players to create whenever and wherever they want.
  • Co-op Camp Building – Given that Fallout 76 is an entirely online experience, players can collaborate on building a camp. Each one can have control over what they want to build, with the camp operating as a whole and shared and defended by a team of players.
  • Defensive Measures – Turrets, traps and other types of weapons can be placed around the field to defend it from hostile players and creatures.
  • Monster Invasion – Fallout 76 introduces new creatures based on the wildlife often found in the West Virginia region but, of course, a disturbing and radioactive version of them. These monsters periodically attack a player’s base, so they must be stopped at all costs.
  • Trophy Shot – Once the monsters have been killed, you can take a photo to celebrate your victory. Players can pose with the corpse of defeated monsters along with their friends.
  • Basic Needs – Each Camp will have a Workshop, a Cooking Pot and other basic crafting points. This is similar to how the settlements worked in Fallout 4, except that they can now exist anywhere in the world.

Fallout 76 – Building Bases in Co-Op

Fallout 76 is the first online-only Fallout game. The series has played with multiplayer before, but this is the first time that we’ve seen a server-based cooperative effort. There was a bit of confusion about how Base Building will work with the various players involved. We have gathered some information below so that there is no further doubt about this Fallout 76 mechanic.

  • If you build a base using the CAMP system and you have a friend helping you, its parts will disappear when you leave.
  • There are public workshops found around the map. These can be built with your friends and will still be present when you login.
  • You will have to defend them against waves of robots and other players, as they can easily steal everything if you are not careful.
  • We will give you more details as we spend more time with the game, so stay tuned for possible updates.

What if two players build on the same point on the map?

Since it was announced earlier this year, Fallout 76 seems to be a different monster than what we’ve seen in the series so far. One of the main differences is in how the bases can be built anywhere on the map. This, of course, led certain players to ask the question “what happens if two players build in the same place?” Todd Howard has an answer to that question he gave during the documentary NoClip Making of Fallout 76. He explains that, while it is extremely unlikely that this will happen, it is possible for one player to build a base, leave the server and another player to build in the same location . Upon returning, the base of the first player will be placed in the CAMP system, where you can choose to rebuild elsewhere.

The CAMP system allows players to create weapons and mods

CAMP is not just for building bases. You can also use it to create and modify weapons. It is an important part of the game, expanding the modular weapon creation introduced in Fallout 4. You will need resources and nipples to create weapons, so be sure to explore Appalachia.

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