‘Fallout 76’ player recreates the Globe Theatre and is staging plays

It took “flamethrowers, creativity, and patience.”

An avid Fallout 76 player has successfully built the Globe Theatre in the game and is now staging plays.

Built mostly by Reddit user Northern Harvest (thanks, PCGamesN), the Fallout 76 Globe Theatre is a recreation of the real-life Shakespeare building from 1599. Called ‘The Grafton Globe’ in-game, this version is about as close as Northern Harvest could get making it on a PS4.

In response to a comment, Northern Harvest said they had “plenty of frustration building this with the server issues, and I just can’t get rid of those foundations around the building. But all in great fun!”

The Grafton Globe theatre is modeled after Shakespeare’s Globe in London. Swipe to see some comparisons with the real Globe. It’s about as close a replica I could make on a PS4 🎭 from fallout76settlements


The Grafton Globe in Fallout 76
The Grafton Globe. Credit: Bethesda Softworks

A Reddit post from Northern Harvest even shows off some side by side shots of ‘The Grafton Globe’ and its real-life equivalent, with the Fallout 76 build emulating the circular shape and open roof extremely well.

More posts on the Fallout 76 settlements subreddit show that both Macbeth and Hamlet shows have been set up in the theatre, with more sure to follow. Northern Harvest had help from another user called Leemus3, who also apparently built a Klingon Warbird in the Bethesda-developed title. Northern Harvest says they did the rest of The Grafton Globe with “flamethrowers, creativity, and patience.”

Anyone interested in knowing when any other plays are coming to The Grafton Globe need to keep an eye on the Fallout 76 Settlements subreddit.


In other news, more and more pop culture characters are joining the Fortnite train as Marvel’s Gamora and DC’s Superman enter the fray. Superman (who players will first need to complete quests as Clark Kent to unlock) is in the game now, while Gamora is dropping on August 14.

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