Fallout 1st introduced as a $99/yr Fallout 76 subscription

Fallout 1st has been introduced as a $99.99 per year premium membership subscription for Fallout 76. This new premium package is going to contain many long-requested features from Fallout 76 fans including private worldsunlimited storage, and free Atoms every month.

An article posted on Bethesda’s website details what players can expect to get for the price of $99.99/year. Alternatively, they can elect to pay $12.99/month if they don’t want to spend the big bucks all in one go. Here’s a shortlist of what you’ll get for being a Fallout 1st member:

Fallout 76 Fallout 1st Benefits

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The big ticket item is, of course, private worlds. You and up to seven of your friends can play around in a private world and you’ll be able to do whatever you want. Your friends don’t have to be members, either—only the owner of the private world does. A Fallout 1st member will, however, get a neat storage bonus in the form of a Scrapbox, a special storage unit with unlimited space that stores crafting components.

Also being added to the Fallout 1st package is the Survival Tent, a sort of portable forward operating base. It comes with the following things built into it:

  • A stash
  • A sleeping bag
  • A cooking station
  • A scrapbox
  • An instrument

Once it’s placed, it will effectively serve as an additional fast travel point aside from your C.A.M.P., making it even easier to travel around the game world without spending a boatload of caps. The Survival Tent can be deployed from the Favorites wheel.

Cosmetic benefits will also be included. An exclusive Ranger Armor Outfit will be available to members along with a unique package of player icons and emotes. But hey, let’s say you don’t like any of this cosmetic stuff. No need to worry: You’ll also be receiving a monthly stipend of 1,650 Atoms and access to exclusive discounts in the Atom Shop. The amount of Atoms you receive are greater than what you would get if you just bought the Atoms outright, making a Fallout 1st membership a superior deal.

If a Fallout 1st membership sounds like the kind of thing you want to get, you can sign up right now via the game’s official website at a price of $12.99 a month or your regional equivalent with the option to buy a yearlong subscription for $99.99.