Fallout 76: How To Achieve Your American Dream With The C.A.M.P. (VIDEO)
Fallout 76 is so close, and yet still a few months away from release. While fans still have to wait for the new Bethesda title, there is still much information to be revealed before then. This week, another Gamescom has begun in Germany, and Bethesda has chosen to use the event as a platform for promoting the game, like they did for QuakeCon recently. In addition to a new Fallout 76 Gamescom trailer that highlights the game’s new features, we also have more comments from Bethesda’s Pete Hines on these new inclusions for the Fallout series.
Bethesda has released the new Fallout 76 Gamescom trailer seen above to celebrate the big gaming event this week. The developer once more utilizes the 1950s animation-style edutainment adventures of Vault Boy to describe the new features found in Fallout 76. The big focus is the C.A.M.P. system, which allows players to build their own base of operations, as well as customize it to suit their needs.
The video also reminds us that the C.A.M.P. system is portable, allowing players to move their camp wherever they please. It also seems that one’s C.A.M.P. can produce new items with enough scavenged or mined resources, and C.A.M.P. components can also be upgraded.
However, fans should know that the portability of their C.A.M.P. will come at a cost. According to Bethesda’s Pete Hines, “Any time you set one down and then are like, ‘you know what, I wanna move my camp here’, it’ll cost you some caps, but you can take your camp and move it to anywhere you want.”
That may come as a disappointment to some, but this will likely help with balancing the feature so it will not be overly used and abused by certain players. Hopefully, more Fallout news comes out of the vault before Gamescom ends, but if not, we can all fantasize about our dream C.A.M.P. sites until then. What do you guys think about the new Fallout 76 Gamescom trailer? Let us know in the comments below!
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