The service costs $ 12.99 per month and $ 99.99 for 12 months.
In his most recent weekly publication for Fallout 76Bethesda has announced Fallout 1st, a subscription service for the title. It costs $ 12.99 per month and $ 99.99 for 12 months, and offers access to the coveted private worlds where up to eight players can play together. Modifications are not currently supported in Private Worlds.
There are other benefits of being a member of Fallout 1st like Scrapbox. This allows you to store as many manufacturing components as possible and can also be accessed on public servers. It is also independent of the default storage, which makes it even more beneficial. Then there is the survival shop, which can be set up as a free fast travel point anywhere, and contains a stash, clipping box, sleeping bag and cooking station.
Subscribers also receive 1,650 volumes monthly to spend at the Atom store along with access to exclusive sales; the set of ranger armor; and some unique cones and gestures. The system really feels very familiar to what is seen in The Elder Scrolls online, although time will tell if it was received well. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.