An extreme example of the potential of CAMP construction
The creative possibilities of Fallout 76 continue to stimulate several passionate users. The last one, known on Twitter as RADiCAL RUXhas ventured into nothing less than the reproduction of Howl’s Moving Castledirectly from the feature film of Studio Ghibli. The result is truly amazing, considering the means available, and the sounding board of social networks has not been slow to show the right appreciation.
Fallout 76, great building potential for CAMPs
Howl’s Moving Castle appears in the 2004 animated film of the same name, written by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli, based on the 1986 novel of the same name by Diana Wynne Jones. It is, as the name suggests, a moving castle, home to the wizard of Howlally of the protagonist Sophie.
Returning to Fallout 76the user in question has decided to exploit the architectural potential provided for the construction of CAMP to make his post-nuclear version, so to speak, of the moving castle. The result was shown in a comparison picture and a subsequent YouTube video.
The resemblance is not absolute, also because the style of the film and that of the game are quite distant, but the attention to detail and painstaking work behind the work is evident. Apparently, then, the castle is errant in name only, because rightly so RADICAL RUX he failed to go as far as a walking system for his construction.
Of note, the creator claims on Twitter that he has worked from Xboxes, which has left many users speechless fascinated by the user’s skill and accuracy. Lovers of Fallout 76 and Howl’s moving castle, however, were enchanted by this initiative. If you are one of them and own the game you might think about paying a visit directly to the personalized world of RADiCAL RUX.