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Fallout 1st is a paid subscription service for Fallout 76. It costs $12.99 USD for one month and $99.99 USD for one year ($8.3325/month) on top of paying for the game itself. It was first made available with patch 14 on October 23, 2019. A number of features and items are unlocked upon becoming a Fallout 1st Member. One of these features is receiving 1,650 Atomic Shop/month, which buys atoms for less than they cost in the Atomic Shop, even if buying 5,000 Atom at a time.

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Real money to Atoms conversion rate
Atoms US$ Atoms/US$ £ Atoms/£ Atoms/€ CA$ Atoms/CA$ AU$ Atoms/AU$
500 5.00 100 3.99 125.3133 4.99 100.2004 6.49 77.0416 7.95 62.8931
1100 10.00 110 7.99 137.6721 9.99 110.1101 12.99 84.6805 14.95 73.5786
2400 20.00 120 15.99 150.0938 19.99 120.06 24.99 96.0384 29.95 80.1336
5000 40.00 125 31.99 156.2988 39.99 125.0313 49.99 100.02 59.95 83.4028
1650 12.99 127.0208
19800 99.99 198.0198

Membership benefits[]

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Private worlds - Private worlds can hold up to eight players and all gameplay from the online Adventure mode is the same. If the owner of the private world leaves, it will stay active if another 1st member is on that server, or for 30 minutes if there are no more 1st subscribers in the world.
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Custom Worlds - Customizable private servers with separate progression.
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Scrapbox - The scrapbox holds unlimited storage for crafting components, as opposed to storing them in the my stash box during normal gameplay. The player will keep all of these even if their Fallout 1st expires, however, they cannot deposit more inside.
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Ammo Storage Box - This box hosts unlimited Storage for your ammunition (with the exception of Fusion Cores and Plasma Cores). Included with membership in Fallout 1st. You must be an active Member to deposit ammo into the Ammo Storage Box.
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Survival tent - The survival tent is a deployable fast travel point accessed from the Favorites wheel. When placed, the survival tent provides a miniature base of operations with a stash box, scrapbox, sleeping bag, cooking station, and banjo.
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Atoms - Fallout 1st members receive 1650 Atom per month for use in the Atomic Shop.
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Exclusive discounts and rewards - Members also receive a number of exclusive cosmetics with their Fallout 1st purchase. Every month, one free item may be claimed in the Atomic Shop under the Fallout 1st subtab. The player will keep all of these even if their Fallout 1st expires.
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Ranger Armor - The iconic outfit and helmet, as well as an exclusive player icon, are available for all Fallout 1st members, always. The player will keep all of these even if their Fallout 1st expires.
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Exclusive emotes - The Funky Mothman and Protectron Shuffle emotes are available for all Fallout 1st members, always. The player will keep all of these even if their Fallout 1st expires.
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Additional Scoreboard Rewards - Fallout 1st members are able to claim additional rewards unlocks from the Scoreboard.
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S.C.O.R.E. Bonus - Fallout 1st members can gain another 5% bonus S.C.O.R.E. at level 15, 10% bonus S.C.O.R.E. at level 50 and 75 when you complete Scoreboardchallenges.


  • From November 9-15, 2021, Bethesda hosted a limited preview event, offering all players a week of access to the survival tent, scrap box, and the mechanic's wallpaper and floor tiles. Private and custom worlds were not accessible through the preview.
  • The event was ran again from October 31-November 7, 2023, this time including the ammo storage box, the S.C.O.R.E. bonus, and a Red Mr. Fuzzy's Tinkerer's Workbench skin.
  • The event ran again from April 16-22, 2024, though no new additional features have been added since the last time the event ran.


Ever since Fallout 76 launched, we have consistently worked to improve and evolve the experience based on your feedback. That's why we're excited to launch Fallout 1st, a premium membership that offers something players have been asking for since before launch: private worlds for you and select friends. In addition to this huge feature, Fallout 1st also includes a host of exclusive items and membership bonuses, all of which you can find detailed below. And the best part? Fallout 1st is available right now.— Bethesda.net

Controversy and user reaction[]

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Upon the announcement of Fallout 1st, gaming news sites were quick to point out the point of contention for the user base was that several long-requested features were gated by the subscription, most importantly private worlds.[1] IGN echoed many of these main criticisms.[2] The nature of the subscription service was described by Cass Marshall of Polygon as being in "harsh conflict with the content of Fallout 76, "further contrasting the conflicting anti-capitalistic messages of corporate greed and the pre-War automation riots with a nickel and diming subscription."[3]

Reaction by some users to Fallout 1st was initially negative, concentrating in the period immediately after its announcement and introduction, in May 2020. Gamesradar reported that some players targeted subscribers specifically to grief in game, akin to a class war mimicking the in-universe class struggle.[4] Other complaints referred to several features not working as intended upon launch. Despite being fixed by later patches, some users of Fallout 76 protested the launch by creating in-game protest messages or quitting the game entirely. One example of such is Fallout First, a domain purchased by David Chapman who created a website to mock the announcement post of Fallout 1st.[5] The website has shut down by January 2021 but can still be accessed through an archive. The controversy has since died down after the service launched.