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Fallout 76 Project Paradise Event | Join Project Paradise quest start location

A new event is making its way into Fallout 76 tomorrow as part of the Patch 9.5 update. The Fallout 76 Project Paradise event features an all-new location filled with powerful enemies and tons of rewards. The Project Paradise Event in Fallout 76 is located beneath Arktos Pharma in a hidden research facility. There are a total of three labs, each containing their own biome. You can join the Project paradise quest by getting to the start location before the event goes live if you’d like. Keep reading to find out how.

Fallout 76 Project Paradise Event | Join Project Paradise quest start location

Fallout 76 Project Paradise

If you want to get a head start on the Fallout 76 Project Paradise event and explore the location before the event officially begins, you can do that by following a few simple steps. First, you’ll need to head to Arktos Pharma, which is located in the Forest region of West Virginia. Then you’ll want to head inside the building, to the lobby, and find the elevator. The elevator should be off to your right once you enter the area. Hop in and it will lead you to the underground research facility known as Project Paradise.

However, if the event has already started, you can join the Fallout 76 Project Paradise event through the event marker on your map. This will take you straight into the event.

Fallout 76 Project Paradise Event | What is Project Paradise?

In Fallout 76, Project Paradise will pit players against some of the toughest enemies Appalachia has to offer. However, not all of the creatures you meet will want to kill you, but you’ll need to keep your head on a swivel because you never know who might be out to get you.

The Fallout 76 Project Paradise event will place players against enemies who are level 50 and above, so completing it certainly will be no simple task. Even the toughest explorer will need to band together with a group of friends to take on the Project Paradise quest. It will likely be challenging, however, all of your efforts will not be in vain, as the event will reward those who complete it with new loot and XP.

The Fallout 76 Project Paradise event will go live on May 21 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.