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Fallout 76 nuke codes this week (January 8-14)

Another Tuesday, another set of Fallout 76 nuke codes to be solved. Thankfully, we’ve swept aside all the busywork and given you the Fallout 76 nuke codes this week for January 8 through until January 14. The codes for site Alpha, site Bravo, and site Charlie can be found below, along with the locations in which you have to input the nuke codes. Blowing things up has never been easier.

What are the Fallout 76 nuke codes this week?

The eight-digit codes for all three silos (Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie) are as follows for the period beginning January 7/8:

Site Alpha – 61180420

Site Bravo – 08091074

Site Charlie – 78350725

Where to use the Fallout 76 nuke codes this week

But, of course, a code is no good if you’re not sure where to go to fire off the nukes. Of course, each site’s code corresponds to its respective silo, but you can go to any of the locations without a fuss.

The Site Alpha location is actually tucked away in a small hut just north of the massive satellite dish that constitutes the National Isolated Radio Array. If you’re a member of the Enclave, you can head right in and down the makeshift elevator to start Mission: Countdown Alpha.

Site Bravo, on the other hand, is slightly easier to find. Again, it’s in a tiny shack, but it’s directly west of the Monogah substation.

Finally, Site Charlie is on Route 102, due south-east of the Uncanny Caverns.

 

How to use the Fallout 76 nuke codes

There’s a whole bunch of things you have to just to fire off a nuke in Fallout 76. Before anything else, you’ll have to join the Enclave as part of the main quest and also make sure you’re around the level 50 mark, otherwise you’re in for a rough time. Once you’ve entered a silo, though, you’ll be tasked with a bunch of objectives, including making a Biometric ID card to get past the laser grids, repairing pipes, destroying (then replacing) reactor cores, and finally defend the Section Chiefs as they prep for launch.

Once that’s all done (and the quest steps are straightforward enough, only requiring you to kill enemies or interact with objects in each room), you have to put in your nuclear keycard on the right and, where it says “Launch Code Entry Panel.”

When will the Fallout 76 nuke codes reset?

Typically, unless the game bugs out like it did on January 1, nuke codes reset in Fallout 76 every Monday but, due to the crushingly difficult nature of cracking the nuke codes, don’t expect any answers until the Tuesday.

[H/T: NukaCrypt]