The Fallout 76 Wastelanders update is coming up in just a few days and while this is mostly good news, there is a little bit of bad news for players who have already settled down with a camp. Due to the new settlements and NPCs coming to the map, some camping spots will now be off limits, meaning you’ll need to pick up your stuff and move to a new location.
A lot of the fun in Fallout 76 comes from setting up your own camp sites. However, with new characters moving in, less of the map is available for players to claim. Bethesda has given players a few days warning so they can pick up and move:
With the return of people to Appalachia, the new factions have moved in claiming territory as their own. #Wastelanders won’t be the same Appalachia you’re used to. Check your C.A.M.P location with this map to see if you may need to consider relocating from a no-build-zone. pic.twitter.com/FbnfCRyQVt
— Fallout (@Fallout) April 10, 2020
In the map above you can see the new no-build zones in Appalachia, so players can double check if their camp site is safe. If not, you have a few days to move it and set up elsewhere, otherwise, your camp will just be gone once the update goes live.
KitGuru Says: Wastelanders has the potential to be Fallout 76’s No Man’s Sky moment. Hopefully we can see the game turn around and go in a more promising direction. Did any of you play Fallout 76 when it first came out? Are you thinking about giving it another chance once Wastelanders drops?