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The Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform (abbreviated as C.A.M.P.) is a piece of technology utilized in Fallout 76.


It is used in the construction of dwellings as part of the game's crafting mechanics.[1]

It can be set up or moved to another location by paying a 5-15 or more caps depending on how far you are from your camp. bottlecaps, thus marking the territory as a settlement.

If damaged by another player, repairs can be carried out with the press of a button.


The C.A.M.P. is acquired by the player character in Vault 76 on the way out into Appalachia. There is a pile of C.A.M.P.s behind the stand, but none of these can be taken. Another C.A.M.P. can be found at the overseer's camp, where the overseer has left hers for the vault residents to use the cooking station and workbenches. Player characters can also find C.A.M.P.s placed by other characters on the same server.

The player character can place their C.A.M.P. outside wherever there is relatively flat terrain that is not near existing structures nor in a restricted area. The immediate area around Vault 76 is one such restricted area. Player characters are able to place their C.A.M.P. adjacent to their teammates' to connect them and construct larger settlements.

On the small chance of a player character's C.A.M.P. having been in the same location of another character's currently placed C.A.M.P. while joining a server, their C.A.M.P. will not be placed but the settlement will be blueprinted for easy placement elsewhere.


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