Fallout 76 Workshops, Stashing Crate, Character Customization Get Additional Details

Sep 24, 2018 08:30 EDT

Fallout 76 is now quite close to release, and new details on the game are coming it quite frequently. In the past few days, Pete Hines himself reveales on his official Twitter profile some additional gameplay details.

Speaking about workshops, Pete Hines gave a worried player a reason to try and keep workshops as much as possible. In Fallout 76, it's possible for players to take another's workshop and make it their own.

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Hines also highlighted again how CAMPs cannot be taken.

While players have to be careful with workshops, the same isn't going to happen for stashing crates, as they are completely safe and cannot be taken away.

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Pete Hines also revealed that changing character's appearance is going to be quite easy, and it will come without cost.

It's also been confirmed that there won't be any Beta early access, even for those who purchase the Tri-Centennial edition.

Last week, we have learned that the Fallout 76 map will be called Appalachia. More details on trading and sleeping have also been revealed.

Fallout 76 launches on November 14th on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We will keep you updated on the game as soon as more come in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.