They are in the single player games

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They are in the single player games

Postby Gamerzone » Wed May 15, 2019 9:06 am

If there’s one thing you take away from these Fallout 76 CAMP tips, it should be that beds are much more useful than they are in the single Fallout 76 Caps player games. Lying down on one quickly regenerates your HP, and if you stay in it long enough you get a Rested bonus, meaning beds are really handy after a tricky fight when your HP is low. A sleeping bag only needs four Cloth to craft, so its cheapness makes it perfect for quickly placing down after a tussle. As sleeping bags automatically go on the floor there’s a chance for you to contract a Disease, but it’s worth it to restore those HP points in a hurry.

A turret only costs one Circuitry, two Gear, two Oil, and four Steel resources to craft, so if you’re planning for your C.A.M.P. to be a quick health regeneration station you’re going to want one of these bad boys nearby to keep you safe while you’re napping. In fact, some of resources you need to craft a turret could probably be found in a couple of Oil Canisters or a Desk Fan, so they’re not as expensive to craft as you’d think. In the top right hand corner of your build screen you’ll see a bar titled ‘Budget’. This keeps track of how much you’ve built in your C.A.M.P., as there’s only a certain amount that you can create in your designated area. It will slowly fill up as you assemble more structures, so make sure to keep an eye on it as you expand your C.A.M.P. because it’s basically there to initially keep your ambitions realistic. Which means you can’t build the same kind of massive impenetrable fortresses that rank among the best Fallout 4 settlements. Boo.

Thankfully when you decide to move your CAMP around you don’t have to wave goodbye to your beautifully-planned bunker. In your building menu simply go into the Blueprint section, then select all the structures you want to save to a blueprint. Thanks to that blueprint your CAMP will remember exactly where they are, which means that when you put down your CAMP somewhere new you won't lose any of your progress. So if you discover a new location that’s way closer to a ton of glorious Junk or just fancy moving to a remote part of the map where no-one can find you, you can pack up Buy Fallout 76 Bottle Caps and go in the blink of an eye. Hallelujah. When you get to your desired destination just go back into the blueprint section of your build menu, select the blueprint you've made, then pick where you want your CAMP to be. As long as the ground is flat-ish, isn't overlapping with any other build areas, and you have some resources to spend on rebuilding your CAMP, you're good to go.

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