How to make a custom world in Fallout 76

Build a world that’s entirely your own.

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Custom worlds are one of the more fun things you can do in Fallout 76. These worlds let you bend the rules in your favor, allowing you to become a god and destroy whatever you want. If you want to build anywhere, you can change the world to allow you to do just that. You can even make the game harder for yourself to test the limits of your current character’s build. Anything is possible in Fallout Worlds, within reason that is.

How to make a custom world

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Making a custom world in Fallout 76 is pretty simple. From the main menu, select the “Play” option. This will give you the options to enter a public world, a private world if you are a Fallout 1st subscriber, participate in a pre-made custom world, or create your own world. Like the private world, you need to be a Fallout 1st subscriber to create a custom world. If you aren’t a Fallout 1st subscriber, you will only be able to join the current Bethesda-made custom world.

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After selecting the custom world option, you will be asked to name your server. Once it is named, you will get a new screen that shows the options you can choose from for creating your world. Select the world settings option and you will be brought to a new menu with all of the world options. You will have the following to choose from:

  • General Settings:
    • Weather
    • Jump Height
    • Fall Damage
    • Visual Filter
    • Carry Weight Multiplier
    • Drop Additional Loot On Death
    • Carry Weight
    • Map Locations
    • Fast Travel
    • Perk Effects
    • Power Armor Drain
    • Jump AP Cost
    • Nuked Flora & Creatures
  • Workshop:
    • C.A.M.P. Power
    • Free Workbench Crafting
    • Relaxed Building Restrictions
    • C.A.M.P. Radius
    • C.A.M.P. Placement
    • C.A.M.P. Budget
    • Free Building
    • C.A.M.P. Height
  • Combat:
    • Difficulty
    • V.A.T.S.
    • Damage Received
    • Ragdoll Behavior
    • Infinite Ammo
    • Damage Dealt
    • Equipment Durability
    • Dismemberment
    • PvP Rules
    • V.A.T.S. & Melee AP Cost
    • Proximity Enemy Spawn
    • Legendary Mod Effects

As you can see, there are plenty of options to choose from to help make your world experience truly unique. Once you are done, you can choose to launch the world. This will automatically make this world your current active world. You can make additional worlds by going back into the menu and selecting the new custom world option.