The newest in post-apocalyptic role-playing from Bethesda, Fallout 76 takes a tricentennial look at America’s future. It also makes other players potential bosses and your only allies. So it makes sense that you’d want to be informed about what the game has to offer — not only for your sake, but for the sake of those around you.
That’s why a new educational cartoon released at Gamescom is so important for players’ survival. And it’s fun, to boot. Titled “A New American Dream: Laying the Cornerstones,” the animation explains the Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform — the workbench of tomorrow. With some gory slapstick (as gory as the innocent animation can get), the video explains that crafting a home will be very important in the post-Vault future and, with C.A.M.P., easier than ever.
Take a look:
The mobility of the device seems like a huge bonus compared to the sedentary nature of Fallout 4’s home base of Sanctuary, which was the protagonist’s former neighborhood. Now, your home is wherever you put down roots. You can craft your campfires, your wells, your chem labs, and weapon benches all from the single miracle contraption that comes with you along your journeys through a demolished U.S.
So make sure to review your educational films yearly, Vault-dwellers, because when you emerge from Vault 76, you’ll need to rebuild America to its former glory. That process starts when Fallout 76 releases on Nov. 14.