How to place and move your Camp in Fallout 76 Wastelanders

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Your C.A.M.P in Fallout 76 Wastelanders is your home out in the dangerous wastes. It can act as both your home and a base of operations for retail and production efforts. You need those caps after all, and what better way to make them than selling the junk you looted from the corpses of your enemies. Trouble is, the new expansion has finally added a much-needed feature with a rather chaotic side effect. NPCs are now in the game, but they spawn inside set areas, and players in these areas previously will have to find somewhere else to put down roots. Here’s a guide on how to place and move your Camp in Fallout 76 Wastelanders.

Luckily for any of those pushed out of their homes in the game, Bethesda has offered a solution. Players can now move your Camp in Fallout 76 for free, all you have to do is find a new spot to set up your homestead. The process is simple but has some finesse that you need to work through. The choice of where to put your new home is pretty much dependent on you and your circumstances.

With the new introduction of NPCs and various factions, there’s a really big onus on the player to figure out what’s important to their gameplay experience. Gathering resources, going on quests and interacting with NPCs are all now a core part of the Fallout 76 gameplay loop. Most players will want to place their camps nearby to resource spawns and NPC factions that they’re working with.

Actually placing the camp is very basic. To place your camp, open your Pip-Boy and then hit Z on PC, or LB/L1 on consoles. The small green marker that appears will be the placement for the main structure within your camp. Walk around and place the green marker where you want, just keep an eye out if the marker turns red. If it does, you cannot place your camp there.

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