Fallout 76 Guides

Fallout 76 level map zones explained

Where to go - and not to go - on Fallout 76's map when you are a low level.

The Fallout 76 map is one of the largest in series history - which comes in handy for an expansive online-only game.

Fallout 76 nuke codes explained: How to launch nukes using launch codes in the I Am Become Death quest

Fallout 76 nuke codes explained: How to launch nukes using launch codes in the I Am Become Death quest

How to launch nukes in Fallout 76 using launch codes - and what you can find in their blast radius.

Fallout 76 nuke codes allow you to detonate weapons of mass destruction in the online world, ready to be witnessed by other players nearby.

These moments aren't activated by the game automatically, but have to be done so by players through a series of steps, including acquiring launch codes as part of the I Am Become Death quest.

Once detonated, it results in an area with more challenging enemies - and more lucrative drops - to appear in its blast zone, acting as an end-game activity raid.

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Fallout 76 release time and everything we know

What is Fallout 76 and when can you start playing?

Fallout 76, the latest game from Fallout 4 and Skyrim developer Bethesda Game Studios, is coming this year, and along with news of a Fallout 76 beta we now also have plenty of info on what to expect from the game itself.