<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " Fallout 76 Bethesda Fallout 76 has arrived as one of the final few big games of the holiday season, and it's drawn some measure of controversy for both its buggy release and online multiplayer concept. It does have its fans, however, and I'm occasionally among them when I'm not being frustrated in some way or another. In order to try of hours into frustrated, I thought it was time to write one of my advice posts. I did not put a The betas, where progress was carried over to release, but I did a decent amount then and have been playing more or less non-stop since launch. My Xbox is telling me that I'm further ahead than 95-98% of players based on my achievements, so I suppose that's good enough for now. Here are things I wish I knew when I started Fallo out 76 . 1. Start Scrapping Everything From Moment One One thing I regret not doing was starting to collect scrap from the moment I started, and it took me a while to realize that I was really going to need a ton of materials to establish even the bare bones of my camp CAMP), and to ensure that I could repair my constantly-breaking armor and weapons. My advice is to start with items that contain aluminum, springs, screws, gears or adhesives, as it's what you'll use for a lot or different stuff, from building to repairs. Du kan tagge…
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Fallout 76 has arrived as one of the final few big games of the holiday season, and it’s drawn some measure of controversy for both its buggy release and online multiplayer concept. It does have its fans, however, and I’m occasionally among them when I’m not being frustrated in some way or another. In order to try of hours into frustrated, I thought it was time to write one of my advice posts.
I did not put a The betas, where progress was carried over to release, but I did a decent amount then and have been playing more or less non-stop since launch. My Xbox is telling me that I’m further ahead than 95-98% of players based on my achievements, so I suppose that’s good enough for now.
Here are things I wish I knew when I started Fallo out 76 .
1. Start Scrapping Everything From Moment One
One thing I regret not doing was starting to collect scrap from the moment I started, and it took me a while to realize that I was really going to need a ton of materials to establish even the bare bones of my camp CAMP), and to ensure that I could repair my constantly-breaking armor and weapons. My advice is to start with items that contain aluminum, springs, screws, gears or adhesives, as it’s what you’ll use for a lot or different stuff, from building to repairs. Du kan tagge dem i det fjerne ved å prøve å bygge noe på en benk, så hitting “tag for søk” og da et lite forstørrelsesglass kommer komme over elementer i naturen som inneholder de materialer du leter etter (past games have had this too)
2. Establish These Core CAMP Tools ASAP
Establish your first CAMP right away. Du kan flytte det hvor som helst senere, så legg det ned hvor som helst ikke egentlig betyr noe. It works as a free fast travel point, and you can store all your extra stuff in there. Mainly all the junk I just told you to collect, which you should break down ASAP.
To get into a solid CAMP “loop” when I call it, you will want to start by building a sleeping bag, a cook fire, and an armor and weapons bench. På den måten kan du reise til leiren, slappe av på nytt, bryte ned ting på dine arbeidsbenker, reparere / bygge hva du vil, så lagre resten av materialene i ditt hovedcamp portal. Rinse and repeat (you will do this a lot ). If you want to build some elaborate structure for your base that’s cool. Mine for the last 20 hours has literally been just three platforms and those core items I mentioned. Yes, your base can be attacked / destroyed by other players, but I have yet to see this happen (I have yet to experience PvP at all, oddly).
3. Invest In Some Survival Perks Or You Will Go Crazy
Fallout has leaned heavily on survival mode-style mechanics in 76, which means that if you just invest all your points into say, fight, you’re probably going to have a bad time with all the player / equipment degradation mechanics. It’s worth it to sink some points into survival perks, lest you be tearing your hair out. I would recommend some combination of the following as you go:
There are more than these, like reduced chance at disease and so on, but I would start with those, lest you be driven insane otherwise.
4. Scavenge Wood, From The Woods
One material I always found I was short on, weirdly, was wood. Mens du kan bryte ting ned fra naturen, så ser du ikke så mye våpen som du ikke bryder med våpen eller visse rustninger. Det tok meg en stund å innse at den beste måten å scavenge wood er … all around you. Fortnite you can find downed trees or logs that will give you wood scraps pretty much everywhere. Der er også en perk du unlock at I think rank 17 som dobbelt så stort som du scavenge på denne måten, så efter at du vil sjældent løbe ud. Wood is hugely important for cooking and building, so this is more important than it sounds.
5. The Best Ways To Not Starve Or Die Of Thirst
Managing Hunger and Thirst is a new experience for Fallout players who do not usually play in survival mode.
For Hunger: Collect meat from pretty much any animal you kill, even the gross ones. You can cook all animal meat at any cook fire, and once you do it, you can not spoil your bag, or it takes a really long time, I’m not sure. Mutant Hound chops are my favorite. You can also equip the Cannibal perk to cook and eat ghoul meat.
For Thirst: You will find Purified / Boiled Water in a lot of First Aid kits (in place of Stimpacks most of the time, unfortunately). Men den bedste kilde for renset vand er søvnbelønninger, specielt offentlige begivenheder, som jeg ser rewards of 5x Purified Water all the time.
And again, some of those survival perks like extra filling from food or drinking will go a long way with just a point or two each.
6. Here’s How To Manage The New Live VATS System
You will learn that live-action VATS, forced to get rid of slo-mo due to the online nature of the game, still has its uses, however cumbersome it may be.
For starters, be aware that as soon as you flip to VATS, there will be a short 0.5-1 second window where you will have a 0% chance to hit, even at point blank range. I’m guessing this is either a bug or a way to prevent VATS no-scope spamming, but either way, you have to wait a beat before the percentage will pop up properly.
You can target individual limbs by flipping the RS Stopp om du får en tidlig Perception-perk, men det er ofte mer trøbbel enn nyttig i live-modus, og RS-plassen er tricky fordi det er normalt hvordan du veileder dine crosshairs utenfor VATS, så det blir forvirrende. Husk at når du er i VATS, trenger du ikke å sikte.
I find myself using VATS probably 50/50 with regular shooting, way down from a regular Fallout games, but still a good amount. For my money sniping and shotgunning are still best done manually, but pistols and mid-range rifles benefit more from it.
7. Enemy Leveling Is … Extremely Weird
I’m still trying to wrap my head around exactly what’s going on with enemy leveling in this game, but just know that it’s going to be very weird throughout. You can go to an enemy camp and have it be full of bad guys who are level 5, level 10, then a few level 16s, then 22-30 + final boss who can wreck you.
A problem with Fallout 76 is that a lot of content seems balanced for groups about solo players, making bosses especially a chore when they can two shot you. I will say that this is not Assassin’s Creed and you can indeed take on enemies over your level. At say level 10, you can probably take down level 16 enemies with enough care. At level 15, I was killing those level 22 bosses I’d find in camps. The divide seems to arrive once you start getting up in the 10-15 level difference range. There is also a different in enemy type. A level 20 Supermutant may not be nearly as tough as a level 20 Snallygaster.
This can stall progress. I was doing a main story quest which had been going through a cave with level 5-12 enemies in it, and then when I hit the final boss it was a level 32 rage monster that just destroyed me at level 19. And with no quicksave / reload, you can not just keep throwing yourself at enemies like that or you will burn through all your ammo and break your gear. So I just abandoned the main storyline for oh, eight hours, and leveled up some more. I’m about to head back now at level 24 to see if I can fare any better, but I’m not sure how this is going to go solo. This may happen to you often.
8. You Can Use Death Essentially As A Health Refill
Death in Fallout 76 is … strange. Du kommer til å miste all din søppel, så det kommer til å reappear i en liten papirpose, men det er egentlig det eneste negative aspektet. What this means is that if you’re saying, low on health heading into a new zone, if you do not care about potentially losing your junk, you can literally just … get yourself killed, respawn at the landmark you’re at for free, and keep going.
I’ve cleared several tougher areas like this where I was resigned to just dying several times, taking out 2-3 enemies per life, eventually clearing the whole area. If you want to do this without dying a ton I suppose you can find a nearby bed and rest in between fights (which takes a while), but death can often be the easiest fix for your current health problems. If there are downsides to do this, I have not found them yet (maybe this decreases water / food a bit? Unclear)
9. Public Events Are The Best Item / XP Farm In The Early Game
If your play experience is like me, you will often find most public events devoid of other participants, but you can do most of them by yourself, especially the “horde mode” type ones, with careful play. I would recommend doing these as often as you can, because the XP winnings are big (you get XP from all the kills during the event), and the rewards will give you essential supplies (water, food, ammo, stimpacks).
For my money, the best “events” are the takeovers or workshops, marked by a little hammer and screwdriver in a circle icon. Det koster nogle caps, så snart du tar over et verksted, kan du bygge noe i hovedsak fri defensivitet med workshopens faste ressurspool, og gøre en hurtig horde modeaktivitet for XP og loot. It costs caps, but it’s worth it, and probably the best thing to spend caps on . Du vil eie som base for så lenge du er på serveren, og vil bli bedt om å reise tilbake der for å forsvare det noen ganger, som jeg tror du kan gjøre for gratis. More XP, more rewards. Do these often. It warns you other players can attack your workshops and take them over but like my camp, I have yet to see that happen.
10. There’s A Solo Player Charisma Perk Later
The last thing about Fallout 76 You should know, or maybe even the first thing, that you can play this game solo somewhat easily. Sure, there are some balance issues and no one will be there to revive you when you fall, but it’s workable, and has worked for me for the most part so far.
I was avoiding the Charisma tree in SPECIAL stats for a while because all those perks were just based on team stuff I was never going to do. And yet later, probably post level 15, I found a hugely important perk that lets you take up to 20% less damage and get 30% increased AP gain when you’re playing solo. Far and away this is more beneficial than any other perk in SPECIAL if you’re a solo player, so keep checking Charisma for its appearance.
That’s all I’ve got for now.
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