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How To Play With Friends In Fallout 76

How To Play With Friends In Fallout 76
Want to join a friends game in Fallout 76? This guide will tell you How To Play With Friends In Fallout 76 which is very simple, very quick and very easy to use. Fallout 76 beta is a limited time event but there’s plenty of activities to do alone or in a group so be sure to find your friends and team up.

Firstly, you need to enter a game and create a character. Once you’ve created your first character, you can leave Vault 76. Once you have left the vault with your newly created character, you are free to explore the game world. From this point, you can play with your friends.

How To Play With Friends In Fallout 76

Once you have loaded into the game world you can open the menu to join your friends. You need to hold Options on PlayStation 4, Start on Xbox One. This will open the social menu. Once opened you can see players in your team, players you’ve recently met and your Friends list.

Navigate to the friends list, select your friend and voila. You can then join their lobby. That’s How To Play With Friends In Fallout 76. If you find that the server is full, leave the game and rejoin. You’ll likely get a more quiet server.

The Power Armor station in Fallout 76 will let you build and modify your Power Armor. Check out this guide to find out how to build the Power Armor Station in Fallout 76. With this you will be able to make your Power Armor even stronger than before.
Gears are one of the most important components in Fallout 76. Gears can be used to create new power armor pieces and build base parts. Check out this guide to find out where to find gears in Fallout 76.
Screws are a vital crafting material in Fallout 76 that let's you repair turrets and other structures. This Where To Get Screws In Fallout 76 guide will tell you what items you need to scrap in order to be rewarded with screws as a junk item.
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