Exploring the Nuked Area Once an area has been nuked, you can explore it to harvest fauna and kill high level enemies. There are multiple websites that offer their expertise on the matter, though. When you get here, be prepared for a fight because there are two Deathclaws that have made the cave inside their home. Fallout 76's nuke codes are decrypted using a keyword cypher based on a unique word that changes every week. Obtaining a Fallout 76 nuke code There are three nuclear silos in Fallout 76: Site Alpha, Site Bravo, and Site Charlie.
It's a communal event, and as long as you have a decent set up, you can enter and get high level loot without the effort. Go to the specific missile silo site and scan your handprint in the elevator. For example, detonating at a Fissure Site will result in the Scorched Earth event, which immediately sees multiple high level enemies spawn, including multiple powerful level 50 Scorchedbeasts and the main objective, a level 95! Always follow for self-promotion when sharing your own content. Wanted a James Bond-esq secret agent build. Use spoiler tags when commenting sensitive information.
The nuke codes are updated every week. When they aren't delivering Keycards, the Runner is part of the Keycards Team. Nuke codes are supposed to give Fallout 76 players a complex decryption process ahead of launching a nuclear warhead, but people have already figured out how to break the cipher that protects those codes. Let me know what you think. Only parts of the keyword show up early on.
The nuke codes are updated every week and require the players to work together and decrypt them first before using them. Use your skills to descramble the letters into an actual English word. How of much of the keyword is shown depends on how much time is left in the week. Also keycards are consumed on use in the silo so be sure to make sure your code is correct! It basically destroys the tone and plunges into full-on cynicism without realizing it, because it trivialized the whole message of the series, by living out the idea that war never changes. If you are going to run Silos, have at least 100 carry weight available for carrying Keycards. You should have your character supplied with food, ammo, armor and weapons repaired, etc. Everything is fairly self explanatory here: head inside, kill all the robots, follow the quest markers, and interact with everything the game tells you to.
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. 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. After that, you need to go to Camp McClintock to complete the Back To Basic quest. These blast zones are understandably very dangerous, so don't attempt them without - at the very least - a Hazmat Suit, Gas Mask or Power Armor to combat the radiation. Fallout 76 Nuke codes: How to decrypt Generally speaking, the codes get decrypted pretty quickly by other players. The Enclave Holds the Key First of all, a great way to accomplish all of the steps required to launch a nuke is by joining the Enclave.
Livestream promotion is not allowed. My favourite way though is head to Firebase major. While that's always been the series motto, it really isn't the point of the series, and by launching nukes yourself you are essentially glorifying the outcome that the general series has been really stalwarts about criticizing: power worship and in particular nuclear weapon worship isn't a good thing. This is a rather tricky endeavor where you write out the alphabet, removing the letters found in the code word, before putting them with the fragments. Fairly open ground with those annoying trenches running through it. This involves a number of steps, and requires you have a decently specced character to do so. So try deciphering as much of that Enclave keyword you can, or wait until a good chunk of it has been revealed for you as the week progresses.
Now go to the viewfinder in the middle, select the area on the map you like to launch your nuke. Once you have taken down the cargo bot you will be able to move on the last steps. Only then can you fire a nuke. However, through a combination of fervent fans and teamwork, players should be able to solve these fairly quickly. You also have to get the Nuclear Keycard before you can use these nukes. Most of which are worth your time, depending on your play style. You will need to gather a total of 8 nuke codes to be able to launch a nuke.
Do not ask users to go after other players in game. Next, you need to acquire some fresh biometric data. As for picking which slio, look at the command section of the bunker and see which slio has most of the keyword decrypted. The main point of nuking the wastelands of Fallout 76 is to farm rare drop which you can get by launching nukes. How do you launch a nuke in Fallout 76? What happens with a nuke goes off in Fallout 76 Nukes are essentially world events that all players on the map will be witness to. This is a fun little quest which has you register with the Master Sergeant Gutsy and complete a series of training exercises.