Want the Fallout 76 nuke codes this week for Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie? Of course you do! We’ve got the solved codes for January 15 onwards waiting down below, as well as where to use the nuke codes for those of you who want to pop their nuke cherry. What are you waiting for? Grab the Fallout 76 nuke codes today and start blowing stuff up. You’ve earned it.
What are the Fallout 76 nuke codes this week?
There are three locations (Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie) that all utilize nuke codes and can fire warheads off into the depths of the scorched earth of West Virginia. Here are all of the solved nuke codes, with massive credit going to NukaCrypt for their continued hard work in cracking these codes wide open.
Alpha – 91037874
Bravo – 48221623
Charlie – 46480359
Where to use the Fallout 76 nuke codes this week
Need to find the silo locations? Don’t worry, we’ll show you where to find Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie.
First off, Silo Alpha is found just north of the National Isolated Radio Array. It’s a huge dish that’s almost unmissable both on your map and in the distance. Seriously. Head to the circled area shown below and head into the shack to begin the descent into Site Alpha.
Take Route 61 to find Site Bravo. It’s tucked away within a mountain range, but still requires you to head into a shack to kick off the Countdown: Bravo mission to start firing off nukes.
Finally, Charlie is a little off the beaten track but can be found west of Route 93.
How to use the Fallout 76 nuke codes
Unfortunately, you can’t go in to any silo willy-nilly. There’s a couple of pre-requisites which are:
- Be a member of the Enclave
- Be at least level 50
Then, once you’ve entered one of the three shacks above, press the button to start the elevator. You’ll then have a “Countdown” mission on your log. Follow the steps: get a Biometric ID, repair pipes, destroy reactor cores, and then defend the Section Chiefs towards the middle of the base to finally get the chance to input your nuke codes.
If you’ve taken care of all of that, go to the main console you put your nuclear keycard on the left and the nuke codes on the right in a section marked “Launch Codes Entry Panel.”