One of the joys of playing an MMORPG is that you get to play with other people from all around the world. Unfortunately, one of the downsides to online gaming is that you meet all kinds of people, and not all of them are good. The good news for Fallout 76 players is that if you’d rather avoid these types of players, Bethesda has the answer for you in the form of private servers.

Now, most companies frown upon gamers creating private servers, but in Fallout 76’s case, Bethesda is making an exception by creating these servers themselves, and that players who are interested can actually join them. However, there will be a cost and that is a subscription of $100 a year.

Dubbed Fallout 1st, according to Bethesda, “Invite up to seven of your friends at a time (eight total people per private world) to join you in taking on the dangers of post-apocalyptic West Virginia, or play completely solo. All gameplay remains the same from Adventure Mode and all characters entering the Fallout 1st private worlds must be existing characters.”

Bethesda had previously hinted that Fallout 76 would eventually get their own private servers, and now it looks like it will finally be happening. It is an interesting offer and in addition to the privacy, gamers will also be getting exclusive in-game items, 1,650 Atoms a month, and more. Gamers who are interested can head on over to the Fallout website to sign up or check out the details.

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