Fallout 76 is turning players into NPCs by letting them set up shops

By Sherif Saed, Friday, 3 May 2019 09:21 GMT

Fallout 76’s next update will allow players with big stashes of items to sell some of them to others.

The release of Fallout 76’s patch 9, due out May 7, comes with a couple of a big features. The first is the Personal Vending Machine, which can essentially turn your camp into a store.

Once built, players will be able to set items for sale, and assign Cap prices. Your location will be visible on the world map at that point, and everyone will be able to see how many items you have for sale. Guests will be able to purchase what you’re selling, and the value will be added to your inventory immediately after Bethesda takes a 10% fee.

Patch 9 is also introducing Legendary Exchange Machines, which let you turn any unwanted legendary items into Legendary Scrip, a currency the upcoming Mole Miner vendor, The Purveyor, will use. These machines will be found at train stations after the update’s release.

The patch will also come with a number of balance tweaks for plasma weapons, flamer fuel and cryo cells, and a fix to the explosive shotgun bug. Read the rest of the changes the official site.

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