Fallout 76 Survival Guide

fallout 76 survival guide

Fallout 76 is the first entry in the Fallout franchise to be heavily geared to online gameplay. With an online world, players have less control over the difficulty of the game compared to how it was in the past. Since you are forced to stick with a set difficulty and must use the games survival mechanics, getting to grips with this new wasteland may need some getting used to, even for those who have spent 100s of hours playing Fallout games in the past.

This is a complete survival guide for Fallout 76. It will cover all aspects of gameplay that you will need to engage in if you want to make your stay in Appalachia as enjoyable as possible. Check out all of the different sections below that will cover the main elements you will need to get up to speed with to improve your odds of survival.

If you are playing Fallout 76 for the first time, check out the beginner’s FAQ post where I have covered a lot of the things I found confusing and answers to lots of questions that I had when I first started. This should act as a quick start beginners guide if you want to get stuck into the wasteland is quick as possible.

FALLOUT 76 SURVIVAL GUIDE POSTS

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Tips For Managing Inventory And Stash Space

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In the Fallout games of old, you felt like you had bottomless pockets. You could pick up a huge amount of stuff without any consideration. You really had to take a lot of stuff to become over-encumbered in the past....
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Easy Ways To Get Ammo & Bullets

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Ammo in a nuclear wasteland is naturally going to be in short supply. In past Fallout games, ammo wasn't exactly plentiful, but you never really had to deal with a shortage of it either. Fallout 76 has changed this trend...
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How To Get Power Armor

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Power armor is one of the most identifiable parts of the Fallout franchise with it being featured in the game box cover art of several titles. The entire system got a major overhaul in Fallout 4 which has been carried...
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Best Places To Build Your C.A.M.P

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The C.A.M.P In Fallout 76 is an expansion of the settlement system that we saw in Fallout 4. All players will have access to a C.A.M.P machine. Placing this on the ground will allow you to construct a small settlement...
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Best Way To Spend Scrip

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Scrip is a new currency in Fallout 76 that is exclusively used in the trade of legendary weapons. As you sell on legendary weapons and armour you do not want at the train stations and complete the odd quest that...
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Is Fallout 1st Worth It?

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Fallout 1st is a supplementary online subscription that will grant Fallout 76 players some additional in-game benefits that standard players do not receive. This would be a less than common subscription model for a game like this where the barrier...
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Fallout 76 Resource Farming Guide

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Resources and Crafting are new mechanics that were introduced to the Fallout franchise as part of the settlement system in Fallout 4. It was a fun feature but for players who didn't have to deal with hunger and thirst, it...
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Best Ways To Farm Gold Bullion

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Gold Bullion is a brand new currency added to Fallout 76 as part of the Wastelanders update. This is a late-game currency that can be used to purchase a lot of awesome plans and loot that would otherwise be very...