How to Jump in Fallout 76
Here’s everything you need to know about how to jump in Fallout 76.
While Fallout 76 is no longer the classic single-player RPG experience we’ve come to expect from the series, opting for an always online structure instead, many of the controls have stayed the same.
The crafting and base building elements that were a small but not entirely popular aspect in Fallout 4 have made their way over and play quite an important role in Bethesda’s new game, and you still roam the wasteland in search of items to pick up and enemies to take on, although some of them will be human.
When it come to the basic controls, such as jumping, it’s all pretty simple. To jump in Fallout 76, you simply need to press triangle if you’re on PlayStation 4 or Y if you’re on Xbox One.
That’s all there is to it for how to jump in Fallout 76. For more tips and trick on the game, check out our Fallout 76 wiki guide. We have also provided details down below for some other basic Fallout 76 controls.
Other Fallout 76 Basic Controls
Since you’ll always be at the mercy of monsters and other players as you explore Fallout 76’s wasteland, you’ll want to ready to fight at all times. To keep your weapons ready, you can reload by press X/Square, for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 respectively.
You’ll also need to escape enemies regularly as you explore the wasteland. To do so, you’re going to want to know how to sprint. To do that, all you need to do is press the right thumbstick down and they hold the left one in the direction you want to go.
While you’re running around though, you’ll come face to face with enemies you’ll need to attack. If you don’t have a gun, you’ll need to melee. To do so, you need to press R1 if you’re on PS4 or RB on Xbox One if you have a gun equipped and no grenades equipped.
Or, if you have a bat or other melee weapon equipped, you can press R2 or RT (what you’d usually press to shoot).
Finally, VATS is a vital part of Fallout 76’s combat. If there’s an enemy near you that you want to take out, you need to press L1 so that you lock on to it. Then, you’ll see a percentage figure that tells you the probability of you hitting the target. Your AP drains while using VATS, though, so don’t use it unnecessarily!