Thankfully, they each have a lot of health, making this part of the quest possible even as a solo player. Go to Camp McClintock and pass the basic training to become a recruit. These are obtained by shooting down Enclave drop ships. Your best set of Power Armor is probably also a good idea. How do you launch a nuke in Fallout 76? Tempers therefore may be frayed to the point where drastic actions need to be taken.
These blast zones are full of radiation, and it's advised you equip a Hazmat Suit, Gas Mask or Power Armor to stop radiation and mutations though the latter of which gives you some stat buffs. Either the developers will applaud the players for their creativity, letting them at least use NukaCrypt for a while, or they could throw a wrench into the scheme after the very first week by changing the way launch codes are given out. Go to the Missile Slio Head to the appropriate Missile Silo, only players who have earned General rank in Enclave completed Officer on Deck quest can go into the Slio together. Since this is all in service of activating a nuclear bomb, it's not like the moral high ground is yours anyway. Finally, they have to decipher the code. These nuke codes are useful if you are mining for rare resources. These can take a lot of time to find due to the randomness of the officer spawns.
Once the nuke hits, the bombed area becomes a new, irradiated environment for four real world hours. The risk is worth it, though, as the best armor, weapons, loot, and schematics in Fallout 76 all come from these irradiated areas. Then enter the decrypted launch code on the keypad entry on the right. Finally, you have to kill an onslaught of low-level robots, dressed up to look like Red Army enemies. Of note: the nuclear launch codes expire after a period of time, making this particular endgame hunt repeatable.
If you input the eight digit number wrong, you will be locked out and your Nuclear Keycard will be wasted. Fallout 76 nuke codes for but for the week of January 8 till 14, fans were rather quick to decrypt the codes for in the world of Appalachia. Find a way to end the Reactor Security Lockdown Interact with the terminal and select Power System Repair Instructions. Alpha, Bravo, Charlie The next step is to get into one of the three missile silos: Alpha, Bravo, or Charlie. What may once be a lush forest with critters skittering nearby and a beautiful stream, can turn into a desolate place filled with monsters and irradiated waterways.
You'll also get a three-minute warning when a nuke is on its way in, allowing you to pack and and move your base anyway. For instance: Silo Alpha Code Piece R-8. There, you can input a few letters of the keyword plus the nuke codes, and automatically receive a handful of possible solutions. To put it plainly, there's a lot of steps, and if you don't know how to crack the code you'll be stonewalled before you can even really start. Impatient players have given the finger to this system of reveal by creating — a website that will decipher the launch codes faster than if you were to simply apply guesswork. Once inside the silo itself, you can target parts of the Fallout 76 map with a nuclear strike, creating new areas through the destruction caused. Luckily, Enclave Events are clearly marked on your map, and even more auspicious, you can teleport to them at any time at the cost of a few caps.
Conversely, the program I wrote takes about 1 min 40 seconds and spits out 47 possible solutions. You can also find a few repair mainframe cores lying around as well. The problem is Nuclear Keycards are one use only - and an incorrect code will result in them wiping, so you'll have to go get another. Once all the info is entered you can hit the decrypt button and it will output all the possible codes. Fallout 76 - Nuclear Keycard and remaining code pieces Once you've accessed the command center, you'll finally be able to make real progress to cracking a code. But it's a long road to getting your finger on the big red button.
Can You Find Nuke Codes on Your Own? Break Once you destroy all the Mainframe Cores you will be able to proceed down a level and enter a rest area. Initially one chief will spawn but more will spawn as the repair progresses. This involves a number of steps, and requires you have a decently specced character to do so. Only upon moderator verification can you post it. Clearly, this is all high-level, endgame stuff, and given the difficulty of some of the combat encounters, launching a nuke is designed for groups of players. If you know someone who has a camp set up there, it will be wiped out with the nuke as well. Instead of tagging a code piece for a particular silo, tell the computer you're interested in a keycard.
Initiate Launch prep Before you enter the launch area, there will be a security terminal requiring level 3 hacking. Players still have to fight very powerful bosses to get at the loot. To get inside you'll need to search the deathclaw nest on the far left as you enter the cave for a holotape. To do this you need to embark on the One Of Us quest, which involves heading to Sugar Grove, a facility in the Savage Divide region. Even just a letter or two from the keyword can give you a manageable set of codes to input. You need to purchase the plans first for them via the faction vendors.
When the nuke goes off, it should be pretty clear to see from wherever you are on the map. While the code pieces can still reset before you're ready to launch, it's probably a good idea to grab them because there's really no reason not to. Your goal is to basically shoot down the Cargobot carrying the Nuclear Keycard. There are 3 missile slios Alpha, Bravo, Charlie. These are found throughout the map, so you may come across one at random, but the bunker above will tell you the location if you have access it. Here are the nuke codes for the week beginning Jan 7. If you end up with multiple word possibilities, you'll either need to guess, or just wait for more of the code to appear on the Enclave's wall and eliminate some of the possible options.
Deputy Editor Fallout 76 recently saw its final beta session, and players managed to set off a nuke just before it ended. You'll probably have encountered a bunch of these guys before you get to this point, as they spawn randomly all over West Virginia. Watch the first players to take it on courtesy of Nickaroo93:. How To Decrypt Fallout 76 Nuke Codes Yourself? But to get to that point is a surprisingly tricky process that involves hunting for codes, finding a keycard and decrypting letters and numbers. This will promote you to the rank of General and allow you to proceed to the next quest I am Become Death which is basically a tutorial on how to launch the nuke.