The team at Bethesda UK has shared a video of a C.A.M.P. they stumbled across whilst exploring the wasteland of Fallout 76. The settlement was impressive enough to warrant a special mention from the developers, exhibiting top-tier customization that does exist outside of Animal Crossing.
Constructed by Zu-Raku, the C.A.M.P. was created by merging a pre-existing Raider outpost with their own settlement, that resulted in a base that any resident of Vault 76 would be proud to dwell in. As Bethesda put it, Zu-Raku’s build was “enough to make a grown Overboss cry,” and we can hardly disagree. Sporting a ‘Bleeder’s Bluff’ neon sign at the entrance and a penthouse style format, all that was needed was an Overboss headquarter to add the cherry on top of an attractive base.
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Protected by an Ace the Raider, the Overboss hideout was decorated with ‘Go Away’ and ‘No Vacancy’ signs, that added a touch of humor to the settlement. Bethesda had a go at picking the lock of the Overboss fortress, however, saner heads prevailed and the team turned away from breaking in. By deciding against breaking and entering, Bethesda didn’t get to see the settlement in its entirety, but we can use our imagination to see the rest of Zu-Raku’s creation.
While this particular Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform raised the eyebrows of the devs, a follower of the post highlighted the exploits that could have been involved in building such an expansive settlement. Unlike Fallout 4, C.A.M.P.s in 76 have limitations on how grandiose they can be. Restricted by a budget, every player must construct within the budget level, that’s indicated by a bar in the top-right corner. The budget must be used sparingly, and calculated beforehand to avoid incomplete structures.
Settlements can expand over time, but it all comes down to a player’s level. In order to increase the budget, a player should primarily focus on leveling up. However, practicing strategic building and discarding any scraps from your C.A.M.P. will free up some space for new builds. 76 also carries height restrictions and a radius that indicates where you can build and where you can’t.
Whether Zu-Raku earned a higher budget or did some tweaking on the side, it certainly didn’t faze Bethesda, that thought the settlement was worthy enough of a commemoration.
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