Bethesda's latest update on the highly anticipated Fallout 76 expansion Wasteladers has come with a piece of news that's both good and bad. It may mean you have to move, but it's meant for future content.
While everyone is excited for the fresh new content coming with Fallout 76's biggest update, some may find that their impeccable talent for picking out prime real estate matters little when Wastelanders is the name of the game.
In other words, if your Fallout 76 C.A.M.P. happens to be in any of the locations marked on the map below, you'll have to pack up and leave for more irradiated pastures.
"If your residence is in one of these areas when you log into Wastelanders, you will be notified that it can no longer be placed. You will also be offered a free C.A.M.P. move, which we hope will help you find a new home for your home", the dev wrote.
Note that the size of the no-C.A.M.P. zone that's on the map below may or may not exactly correlate with the actual version, which is why Bethesda are advising players to do it anyway prior to patch day.
Of course, the good news for Fallout 76: Wastelanders players is that each of the locations means fresh new content. Bethesda's live-service take on the iconic RPG has been found a bit lacking in that department, but the dev is planning for Wastelanders to change that.
Judging by the number of icons alone, Wastelanders seems to be in line with Bethesda's promise of the biggest Fallout update yet.
Fallout 76: Wastelanders launches on 14 April 2020 as a free update for existing owners. Also, if you bought it via Bethesda's launcher - you'll be getting the Steam version for free .