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Fallout 76 Nuke Codes This Week (December 31-January 6)

Update: The Fallout 76 nuke codes this week are now live again and have been solved. Hooray!

Trust Bethesda to start 2019 with a bombshell. The Fallout 76 nuke codes this week, from December 31 all the way through to Sunday, January 6 are, well, you’ll soon find it. If you’re hunting for Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie silo codes, or just need to know the locations to put in the codes then, well, you’ll pleased to know that the Y2K bug is alive and well, and it’s in Fallout 76.

The Fallout 76 Nuke Codes This Week (December 31-January 6)

On any given day you can waltz in here, take the nuke codes for the week and then leave. Not so this time. That’s because Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie codes went MIA for a few days. You can find out why down below. But all’s not lost! The codes are here, all nice and solved, thanks to the fine folks at NukaCrypt.

Site Alpha – 47572867

Site Bravo – 18092757

Site Charlie – 05626236

Where to Use the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes

There are three sites: Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie. Site Alpha is probably the easiest to find, with its location marked on the map by a giant satellite dish, east of Route 105.

Fallout 76 nuke codes this week

Site Bravo, meanwhile, can be found close by to the Palace of the Winding Path in the Savage Divide.

Fallout 76 nuke codes this week

Finally, Site Charlie is found directly inside the premises for the R&G Processing plant.

Fallout 76 nuke codes this week

How to Use the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes

It’s not as simple as merely putting in a nuke code and making things go boom. No, you’re gonna need to fight your way into your chosen site (it doesn’t matter which one) and then input your nuke code in the right side of the console when you make it into the heart of the facility. Bear in mind you’ll also need a launch key as well as being around the level 50 mark to deal with some of the tougher-to-kill enemies.

Why Can’t I Use the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes?

This week’s a bit of a tricky customer. Bethesda had, inexplicably, removed the nuke codes from the game for a short time. They’re back now though. Phew.