Fallout 76’s Custom Worlds Are Allowing Failure 76 Players To Really Show Their Creative Side
Games are creative and interactive works of art. From the landscapes and worlds developers create for us to explore to the stories they love to create, games are an art form unlike any other in the industry. entertainment today. Still, it’s always been – if not more – exciting when the community is given the tools to create their own worlds and art within a game.
Fallout 76’s recently Fallout Worlds update just allow that. Although survival games set in the iconic series have always been allowed to build a creative base, World is to allow players to take it to a whole new level and create the kinds of worlds…well… that they want to play in. We’ve taken a look at the community creations that have poured in from the survival MMO, and are sharing with you some of our favorites to showcase the community’s creativity.
Jessica-Star’s Nightmare Before Christmas
A bit festive, though appropriate for the time of year, Regards Jessica-Star’s Nightmare Before Christmas shows that you can use the tools provided by the developers and create something iconic.
Day 11 – Pumpkin King??# Fallout76 #FalloutWorlds #Falloween #VGPUnite #ArtisticofSociety #VPEclipse #WorldofVP pic.twitter.com/Hy6KIQLSkW
– Jessica-Star? (@SleepisforT) October 12, 2021
The tweet introduces the iconic swirling hilltop character, the moon hovering in the distance. The hill itself is made of countless Jack-OO-Lanterns, with the green glow in the background really setting an eerie mood. Is it a Halloween night or is it simply the radiation still in the air causing the colors? I don’t know, but it works!
The war machine unleashes the Uranium fever
Uranium Fever’s YouTube Channel introduces two videos, both paying homage to their Custom World build: Liberty Prime vs Liberator Prime. These videos show giant mechs and the struggle for Watoga. The video’s description talks about Watoga being attacked by Red Vipers, seeing Armor Ace and Power Patrol seeking help from Liberty Prime.
The videos build from the creators of Bad Notions, Spyderfett, Drago, CLVLND, and Duke Destro, with the channel promising the factional struggle on Watoga to be featured in an upcoming full video. Giant mechanic in Fallout 76 not necessarily what I expected when the game was first released years ago. Electric armor? Correct. Did the giant iron mechs defeat it? Not much. Can’t wait to see the full video and you should check out more of Uranium Fever’s channel as the creator has some amazing machinima videos showing off his creations. Fallout 76 player.
Logan RTX’s Elden Castle
Now this is impressive. Reddit user LoganRTX posted on official Fallout 76 subreddit they built a Medieval castle in Appalachia, and it is definitely a look.
The inside is even more impressive, with a ghostly crypt that stores the remains of previous tenants into a splendid altar glowing with light (possibly nuclear, possibly ethereal). It does impressive work and is easily one of the best builds I’ve seen in a game like this. See instructions in the accompanying video.
RADRUX’s Nuclear Noodle
When I first saw this build on official Bethesda Discord channel, I honestly think it fits easily into a post-nuclear world like Applachia – or even Cyberpunk 2077. The use of neon signs, lighting, and the overall aesthetic drew me in immediately while researching this list. The feeling of clutter and patchwork together evokes vibes that it belongs in a post-apocalyptic world like Explosion 76.
It has a patched-together feel that drew me in at first. The fact that it is not a full-seat restaurant but instead a noodle shop on the corner also adds to the overall construction. After a hard day of work clearing Appalachia of rogue cyborgs and oversized bugs, I could find myself coming here Nuclear Noodle to pick up a hard-earned meal from the robot seller behind the counter.
DatJuicyPickle’s Burger King / Hungry Jack’s
I love me some Burger King. Really, growing up on an Air Force base, at the time it was really the only restaurant to go to other than the NCO or the Officer’s Club, so when we did the trip on the base to BK , that’s special to me and mine. brother. So when DatJuicyPickle’s Burger King build came my way, I knew I’d include it here.
Built in Fallout CAMP (like the rest of the previous builds), this super clean build makes you forget you’re in a post-apocalyptic world with an outrageous level of cleanliness compared to some of the other builds I’ve worked on. see. Sure, the wire gate isn’t the best look for what inside looks like a sleek and modern burger joint, but it doesn’t ruin the illusion.
It’s not as complicated as the Elden Castle featured above, but it evoked in me an emotion I didn’t expect to see from there. Fallout 76: Nostalgia. I could see myself sitting in one of those stalls as a kid, eating my Whopper and glad we didn’t have meatloaf for dinner that week. Check out the video tutorial below.
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Featured images via RADRUX / Discord
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