Here are this week’s Nuke Codes in Fallout 76, to turn your Wasteland enemies into dust and how to input them.
The horrors of Nuclear War is one of the key themes of the Fallout series, and Fallout 76 lets players unleash this on their enemies. While we’ve been able to use nukes before in games like Fallout 3 (RIP Megaton), Fallout 76 lets us use them against other players, turning their settlements into irradiated rubble.
However, using Nukes in Fallout 76 requires some work. First, you’ll need to locate the Launch Sites and take the location over. Then, you’ll need to know the appropriate Nuke Codes to launch these weapons of mass destruction in the game.
Remember, Nuke Codes in Fallout 76 change every week, so be sure to check back to see what they are next week.
Nuke Codes in Fallout 76 are what you need to input at a Nuke Site to authorize the launch of a missile. Doing so will annihilate most things within the vicinity of your target, however, it will turn that location into an irritated danger zone.
When a location is affected by these Nuclear blasts, higher-level enemies will spawn within these areas, but so will your chances of acquiring better loot. Just make sure you go in tooled up and protected from radiation.
Before you can use these Nuke Codes in Fallout 76, you’ll need to have completed certain prerequisites.
Here’s what you’ll need to do first:
- Beat the Main Quest.
- Become a member of the Enclave Faction.
- Complete the quest I am Become Death.
- Locate a Nuclear Keycard – These can be farmed from the transport containers carried by cargobots.
- Enter the silo dungeon and eliminate all the enemies inside
- Enter the Nuke Code to fire the WMD at a target.
There are three sites where you’ll be able to set off these weapons from: Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie.
Here are all the current Fallout 76 Nuke Codes for this week as of January 16, 2023:
Here’s where each Nuclear Launch Site can be found on the world map:
|Alpha||Close to the middle of the area called Savage Divide.|
|Bravo||In Savage Divide, but just south of the Palace of the Winding Path.|
|Charlie||In the Savage Divide, close to the very bottom of the area.|
Each Nuke Code corresponds to the appropriate Launch Site, for example, use the Alpha Launch Code at the Alpha Launch Site.
Check back next week to see what the updated Nuke Codes are.
So, there you have it, how to find and launch Nuke Codes in Fallout 76.
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