Camp stashes are one of the places where you can store loot in Fallout 76. They’re the blue boxes you’ll find in each camp you set up, and they’re the place where you’ll leave all the stuff you want to keep but don’t want to lug around all the time. Since there’s a strong multiplayer focus to the game, a lot of people are wondering how safe these stashes are, and whether players can steal from camp stash in Fallout 76. This guide will explain how camp containers work and answer any questions you might have about them.
Is camp stash safe from other players in FO76?
The short answer is yes. Camp containers are absolutely safe and nobody can steal your stuff from your stash. You are the only person who can access your stash, so feel free to put stuff in it.
This doesn’t mean your entire camp is safe from others. It will disappear when you’re offline, so you can’t be attacked while not playing, but while you’re in the game, others will be able to find it and destroy structures, steal crops and water bottles from the purifier or any resources you may be harvesting (like fusion cores).
Your power armor is also safe if it’s deployed or in a stand – if you drop it, it might get stolen. Your guitar will also be safe if you leave it on a chair, but if you drop it on the ground, it’s fair game for any passers-by.
The only real way to lose any of your stuff is if you get killed, and your murderer picks through the stuff that drops from your corpse in a bag. Nothing of great significance will drop, though, mostly junk items and other resources, so there’s no need to worry too much about it.