Fallout 76 is now out, and players all over the world are exploring the West Virginia wasteland in search of mysteries, monsters, and Mothman. Many people were so excited at the prospect of a new Fallout that they got the deluxe edition of the game, the Fallout 76 Tricentennial Edition. But what’s in this special edition, and where can you find the Fallout 76 Deluxe Edition content in-game? We’ve got the answers.
What’s in the Fallout 76 Tricentennial Edition?
The standard edition of Fallout 76 contains the base game and beta access, but obviously that’s not relevant anymore since the game’s out now. The Tricentennial Edition, otherwise known as the Deluxe Edition, contains a lot of exclusive content that’s not available in the main game. It should be made clear though that, like all the items in the Atomic Shop available for real world money, all the Fallout 76 Deluxe Edition content is strictly cosmetic. There is nothing here that will give you an advantage in the wasteland, of any kind.
Along with the game, the Tricentennial Edition includes:
- Tricentennial Power Armor Customization for the T-51, T-45, T-60, and X-01 Power Armors
- Tricentennial Weapon Customization for the 10mm Pistol, Hatchet, and Laser Rifle
- Spectacularly Handsome Vault Boy Mascot Head
- Patriotic Uncle Sam Outfit
- Celebratory Vault Boy Saluting Emote
- First-Class Tricentennial Workshop Posters
- Tricentennial Commemorative Photo Frame
Additionally, there is the Power Armor Edition of the game, which includes a number of physical items along with the above in-game content. These real-world goodies mean the Power Edition is not available digitally:
- Full-Scale Wearable T-51 Power Armor Helmet with West Tek Canvas Carrying Bag
- Glow-in-the Dark World Terrain Map
- 24 Collectible Fallout Figurines
- Tricentennial Steelbook
Where to Find the Fallout 76 Deluxe Edition Content
The digital Deluxe Edition content is not in your inventory when you start Fallout 76, as you might expect, nor is any of it available in your personal stash. So how do you get it? You’re actually provided with the plans for all the various pieces of content, rather than the items themselves. You’ll have to go to the nearest Armor Workbench and craft them yourself, and you’ll need various crafting items to do it. It’s not too obvious, but that’s how to get the content, so best get lootin’.