This is a screenshot from Fallout 76

Yesterday, Fallout 76 received the Worlds Update that adds public and private servers to the game with configurable conditions like building height and construction requirements. The first-person online role-playing game had a rough launch, but with the addition of new features like non-player characters and a host of performance improvements, it's become a compelling experience years later.

Fallout 76 is included with Xbox Game Pass, but those who subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate get added perks. Today, Microsoft revealed that Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members would get a one-month subscription to Fallout 1st for Fallout 76. As you probably know, Fallout 1st is a paid subscription that costs $12.99 a month and gives players in-game currency, cosmetics, the ability to create private servers, and much more.

While it would've been nice had Fallout 1st been included with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for perpetuity, like EA Play, the one-month membership is still valuable since it gives you in-game currency and unlocks for a lot of spectacular outfits and building materials. Be sure to redeem it if you're an avid Fallout 76 player.

Keep in mind that once you redeem the Fallout 1st subscription from your Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, or PC, it may automatically trigger auto-renewal. You'll have to manually go to subscriptions — once you receive the confirmation email — to turn off auto-renew so you aren't charged $12.99 next month.

Do you still play Fallout 76? What do you think of Fallout 1st? Let us know in the comments below.