Several steps must be carried out to unscramble the code correctly. 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. If a chief get destroyed, you can go to the terminal in the room where the first chief spawned and pick the option to send out a replacement chief. You also need a ton of stimpaks as the monsters in the nuked area are high levels i. Decipher You'll then need to use your keyword and string of letters from the code pieces in order to decript the cipher. Try Uncanny Caverns in the Forest, Mount Blair in Ash Heap, Abbie's Bunker in the Mire, and Grafton in Toxic Valley.
If you are following the main storyline, then you'll come across the and quests. A letter of the keyword for each silo will appear regularly or irregularly, depending on the length of the keyword, each week. Once this is complete, you can finally insert your Nuclear Keycard and type in the correct code. Initiate the Launch Now for the final step, insert your Nuclear Keycard on the machine on the left. You can either search around to see what is the correct launch code every week or bring enough keycards to attempt all possible solutions.
You have that amount of time to flee the blast zone - or possibly move closer for the aftermath. If you need more help with Fallout 76, maybe check out our or. As it turns out, there game servers of Fallout 76 have a lot of Nuclear Silos and each silo has its own unique code. They will be live from December 24 till December 31. As intricate and laborious as is, shrewd players are already finding shortcuts. If you are going to run Silos, have at least 100 carry weight available for carrying Keycards. Letters of that keyword are revealed one-by-one over a week's time in the Enclave bunker, but with even just a few letters known NukaCrypt can still figure out possible working codes.
See our for more details. For more Fallout 76 guides, check out our , and. We suggest making sure you have lots of supplies on hand if you're planning on undertaking this on your own. You could end up with upwards of 10 different launch code possibilities, and each of these codes will require a nuclear keycard to try out which are not easy to get. You do not lose your gear and progress after a nuclear attack on it. Once it has been detonated, players are free to enter the blast zone.
Also, the codes only last for a week at a time. It's assumed they will reset when do, so starting this part of the quest at the beginning of the week might give you more time to complete it. You need to purchase the plans first for them via the faction vendors. What nukes can do in Fallout 76 It's rare that games provide players with such impactful tools, yet nuclear missiles present a range of player-driven possibilities. The areas in the game map that are hit blasted by nukes are the spawn harder enemies and more valuable items than other places, however you'll need to go in prepared: it's tough to survive in these areas. Accessing the Nuclear Silo Once you have all the required codes and keycards, it is time to access the specific Silo you obtained the codes for.
After that, you need to go to Camp McClintock to complete the Back To Basic quest. Launching a nuke into certain locations will not only reveal new incredibly powerful enemies, but defeating these creatures can reveal unique upgrade components that can't be found in any other fashion. Finding codes Keycards are carried by flying cargobots, which take a lot of bullets to put down and are sometimes guarded by vertibots. Alpha, Bravo, Charlie The next step is to get into one of the three missile silos: Alpha, Bravo, or Charlie. Rinse and repeat until you have all eight. Step 3: Acquire Eight Nuclear Code Fragments Silo Next, you need to find eight nuclear code fragments.
Also, if you see a blast radius on the map, you don't have to actually complete the above steps to access it! There are usually a few scorched to clear for added fun, stealth in and repair the turrets and watch them obliterate the scorched. If you know someone who has a camp set up there, it will be wiped out with the nuke as well. Several nuclear missile launch sites are scattered across the wasteland, primed to unleash their destructive payloads. Once a player has access to a nuke and fired it, all players will be notified of the 'mission' taking place, adding it to your quest log, and it showing the aggressor's name in the upper left corner. To get inside you'll need to search the deathclaw nest on the far left as you enter the cave for a holotape.
Don your Hazmat Suit and Power Armor then venture in to obtain plenty of rare loot from the newly spawned high-level enemies that can only be found inside blast zones. 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. Some replacements can be found lying on shelves but you can also craft replacements with damaged cores, circuitry, and steel at a nearby tinker bench. If there are more than 3 people, multiple people work on the Code Pieces for each Silo. You'll probably have encountered a bunch of these guys before you get to this point, as they spawn randomly all over West Virginia. The places on the map that are hit by the nukes are the best place to farm for these rare resources and you can also encounter some terrifying monsters after launching a nuke there.