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Fallout 76: How to Play with Your Friends on the Same Server / Same Game

The Fallout 76 BETA is finally here (at least if you are an Xbox owner). One of the questions that pops up the most now that the game is out is: How do you play Fallout 76 with friends?

I mean, sure, it’s fun to play the game and meet strangers online and team up with them or whatnot, but it’s best if you can create a team with your friends, right? Well, today I am sharing a guide on how to play Fallout 76 with your friends and be on the same server without hiccups.

It’s actually very simple and the steps you need to follow are easy to understand:

In order to team up with your friends and make sure that you are all on the same server, you should all launch the game and go to the Social Menu in the Main Menu.

There, you can join the team together with up to three friends. When the leader of the team launches the game, all the other members will be automatically taken to that server and you’ll be able to play as a team. Very easy!

But that’s not all! If you didn’t really get your timing right or you simply got to play the game a bit later than your friends, you can still join their server.

In order to join the server where your Fallout 76 friends are playing, all you have to do is to go to the Social menu once more and search for their name.

When that pops up, all you have to do is click the “Join” button and you’ll be taken to the server they’re playing in. Once all four friends are on the server, the team can be created and you can rule the wastelands!

And this would be it! It’s really easy, as you can see, to play Fallout 76 with your friends and create teams with them and I’m actually surprised to see how easy Bethesda has made the entire process.

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2 Comments

    1. This is a very good question! Haven’t tested this yet, but I think it might work, although lag will probably be an issue.

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