Following its disastrous release in 2018, one marked with server and technical issues as well as numerous marketing gaffs like the Power Armor special edition, Fallout 76 has largely managed to turn around its negative perception. Thanks in large part to the continued support from Bethesda, many of the major issues that plagued the game at launch have been corrected and even improved. Part of that can be attributed to the Game Pass service where Fallout 76 has become a big hit since it was added.
In addition to patches and updates, numerous content expansions have been added to the game like Wasterlanders. This free update finally addressed one of the game's biggest criticisms surrounding the lack of human NPCs. In addition to new storylines, Wastelanders proved to be just the beginning as Bethesda has continued adding new content drops including Steel Dawn and a new switch to a seasonal model for updates.
While the Fallout 76 player base is currently adventuring through the Scribe of Avalon season, Bethesda is already getting ready to launch its next big update called Locked & Loaded. It looks to be a fairly robust offering including major changes to the S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Loadout system and C.A.M.P. slots. So here's everything fans need to know ahead of the Locked & Loaded update on April 27.
For those who can't wait to try out the latest content, Bethesda announced a bit of good news alongside the Locked & Loaded update. Namely, the PTS server has recently come online again for PC players through Bethesda.net. The Public Test Servers were originally added to the game for select individuals to test upcoming content, though they were not constantly available. Seasonal content was typically not included in these tests, so with the PTS servers back online, its clear that this update is going to be bigger than recent seasonal additions.
Naturally, having the PTS servers available more than a month in advance should no doubt help make the Locked & Loaded content be even more stable at launch. In addition, players who help playtest and report bugs on the test servers will unlock a special PTS-themed Pennant that can be added to the player's C.A.M.P. in the live version. Players will only need to log in to the PTS server for an hour to unlock the special pennant from their account profile.
The first major component to the Locked and Loaded update are C.A.M.P. slots. Bethesda describes this feature as giving players more options for camp sites, giving them a bigger budget to make more than one C.A.M.P. location, helping to open new fast travel points. Even though players can only have one C.A.M.P. location active at a time, each made spot will be saved and can be configured or switched to active at anytime.
While multiple C.A.M.P. locations will be possible inside of the Locked & Loaded update, only the designated active site will be present in game to prevent overcrowding. However, additional C.A.M.P. creations are stored in memory and visible from the player's map or the C.A.M.P. slots widget. Selecting the icon will bring up a menu to rename the site, changing your icon, as well as an Activate Camp option.
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