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Fallout 76 Nuke Codes This Week (December 24-30)

It may be the holidays but plenty of you out there are looking high and low for the Fallout 76 nuke codes this week. You’re in luck. We have the Fallout 76 launch codes for the week commencing December 24 right through to Sunday, December 30. That’s everything you need to launch a nuke at Site Alpha, Site Bravo, and Site Charlie. Because it’s not Christmas without nuclear warfare.

The Fallout 76 Nuke Codes This Week (December 24)

If you’re a nuke code newbie, you should be aware that there isn’t a catch-all Fallout 76 nuke code for you to use at all three sites; these bad boys differ from Silos Alpha right through to Charlie. Here they are:

Site Alpha – 28775839

Site Bravo – 60489181

Site Charlie – 08719947

Where to Use the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes This Week

As always, you’ve got three separate sites to head to, depending on which one takes your fancy: Site Alpha can be found east of Big Fred’s BBQ shack.

Fallout 76 nuke codes this week

Site Bravo, meanwhile, is tucked away near a mountain range east of Route 61:

Fallout 76 nuke codes this week

Finally, the Site Charlie location is north of Route 101 and west of Route 102.

Fallout 76 nuke codes this week

How to Use the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes

First up, before you embark on a nuclear journey, you’re going to make sure you’re level 50 or as north of that as you can be as well as have a launch key in your inventory. That’s because you’ll be fighting your way just to get to the panel where you’ll be inputting the launch codes. Once you get to that area, however, you’ll also need to fight off enemies while robots get the nuke firing process ready. Finally, when all of that madness has been cleared away, you have to input the launch key in the left side of the console and the respective launch code in the right side. Simple.

When Do the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes Reset?

The Fallout 76 nuke codes reset every single Monday, though don’t expect the whizzkids of the wastes to have cracked them before midnight EST on the Tuesday. They can take a bit of cojoling before they’re cracked.

(H/T: NukaCrypt)