Fallout 76 Nuke Codes This Week (January 2023)

War never changes... Until you launch the nuke.

In Fallout 76, war never changes, except for the nuke codes! Increase your chances of survival by accessing nuclear weapon silos that can wipe enemies down in seconds. Sounds cold? That's how it's done in a fallout wasteland full of dangerous enemies! Check out the newest codes and improve your chances of survival, defeat enemies, and collect important radioactive resources.

If you have Fallout 76 Nuclear codes, you have greater chances of survival in this postnuclear world. There are three nuclear silos from which you can sand nuclear missiles: Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie. Nukes are important for endgame purposes as they help you with legendary enemies and crafting in Fallout 76.

Fallout 76 Nuke Codes List

Working Nuke Codes for Fallout 76 (Active)

These are all the working Fallout 76 Nuke codes.

  • 48428717—Enter this nuke code for the Alpha silo.
  • 84728291—Enter this nuke code for the Bravo silo.
  • 39150256—Enter this nuke code for Charlie silo.

Expired Fallout 76 Nuke Codes

These are expired nuke codes for Fallout 76.

  • 80919313—Enter this nuke code for the Alpha silo.
  • 20605909—Enter this nuke code for the Bravo silo.
  • 04526567—Enter this nuke code for Charlie silo.

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How to use Nuke Codes in Fallout 76

You can get nuke codes in Fallout 76 yourself by playing the game. To do that, play Surveillance System Terminal missions to collect pieces of code for the selected silo. If you want to speed up the process, just input codes from the list above. Follow these instructions on how to use nuke codes in Fallout 76:

  1. While in the game, complete the Nuclear Keycard Escort mission to get a nuclear keycard.
  2. Head to one of the silos (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie)
  3. When you reach a silo, find the Nuke Terminal and use a nuclear keycard.
  4. Enter the code and choose where to launch a missile.
  5. Don't rush into the targeted zone, as you can reach it before the missile. You can guess what happens then...

How can you get more Fallout 76 Nuke codes?

You can't get more nuke codes in Fallout 76. There are three nuclear silos in the game (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie), so you only need one working code for each silo. Every week you'll find new Fallout 76 Nuke codes on this page, as they're being changed regularly. We'll fight for them in Fallout 76, so you don't have to. For more information on the game, follow the official Twitter account @Fallout.

Why are my Fallout 76 Nuke Codes not working?

The main reason Fallout 76 nuke codes are not working is that they're expired. Each week you need to use new codes for missile strikes. If you have active nuke codes and it's still not working, check if you've made a typo. Other than that, there are no other reasons for nuke codes not working (unless developers disable this option for some reason).

What happens when nukes are launched in Fallout 76?

As soon as you enter Fallout 76 nuke codes and launch a missile, a Death from Above quest will start for all players on the map. It takes three minutes for a nuclear bomb to hit the target, so don't rush into that area sooner. Wear stealth armor, hazmat suit, or power armor to avoid radiation after the blast. If you're protected against radiation, you can now explore the nuked zone.

What is Fallout 76?

Fallout 76 is an action role-playing game set in the post-nuclear world. It is part of the legendary Fallout franchise that spans several decades. The main difference is that this installment is focused on multiplayer. As the name suggests, you play the survivor from Vault 76 in Appalachia, trying to resettle the territory. But you're not alone, so prepare for a fight!

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