Fallout 76’s endgame is all about raining down fire and brimstone so you can tackle the toughest foes and get the best loot. To do that, you need the Fallout 76 launch codes. Fallout 76 launch codes change every week, but we’re here to make sure you don’t miss the chance to bring the post-apocalypse apocalypse to West Virginia. Before you even think about nuking VaulyBoy69, though, you need to make sure you complete a series of tasks so you’re ready for this fiery endgame content. Here are the steps you need to complete to be able to launch nukes whenever you like: Join the Enclave and unlock the Whitespring Bunker Next, complete Back to Basics and Officer on Deck This gives you access to the Command Center within the Whitespring Bunker Shoot down a Cargobot to get a Nuclear Keycard Usually you need to find clues from high level enemies and decrypt those clues, but we’ll let you skip that step with this guide Reach the nuke terminal within the … [Read more...] about Fallout 76 launch codes for September 16-23
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Fallout 76 is in a rough spot. The game’s launch was spectacularly messy, and the following months managed to get worse. It’s only recently that Fallout 76 has been able to establish an identity and carve out a lasting niche in a flood of games as a service. Bethesda’s online take on the Fallout franchise thrives when it focuses on player choice, roleplaying, and customization. When the game tries to introduce World of Warcraft-style combat encounters and MMO gearing, that’s when things promptly go to hell. Vault 94 is the recent “raid” added to the game. Vault 94 isn’t the first piece of endgame combat-focused content — it follows Project Paradise and The Burrows, two previous dungeons. The newest raid — and it’s hard to tell what makes it a raid over other pieces of endgame content — has multiple difficulty settings: Novice is the most forgiving, and successive difficulties add timers and more enemies to the game. … [Read more...] about Fallout 76’s buggy new raid drags the game down further
A group of Fallout 76 players called “Queen Killers R Us” have defeated the game’s hardest enemy, the Scorchbeast Queen, in just five seconds. The group’s Fallout 76 Scorchbeast Queen kill set the world record for a legitimate defeat of the boss, according to YouTuber TYR. TYR highlighted the Queen Killers’ efforts in a video uploaded yesterday. The video includes two clips from Queen Killers R Us members that show the players defeating the flying Fallout 76 Scorchbeast Queen almost immediately after it lands. The Queen Killers used Fallout 76’s Bloodied Unyielding melee build, which is notorious in the Fallout 76 community for being incredibly overpowered. In the first clip in TYR’s video, one of the Queen Killers members, RFxcGinnie, can be seen dealing almost 22,000 damage per hit using the build. ALSO: Tell GR | What’s the best ‘bad game’ you’ve played? As TYR points out, players (like this one) have previously … [Read more...] about Fallout 76’s hardest enemy killed in just five seconds
West Virginia falls victim to a great deal of stereotypes. It’s ‘filled with obese miners’, ‘overrun with redneck opiate addicts,’ or tarnished by another honest blemish the wondrous coal state owns. As a native of Ironton, Ohio, a small town just outside of Huntington in West Virginia, it’s disheartening that these tidbits are extrapolated to represent the whole region. I’ve visited that region more times than I can count throughout my childhood and college years. Huntington is the place to be on weekends. Compared to the surrounding towns, it’s filled with shops, restaurants, and bars that are actually, y’know, worth a damn. The city is nestled in idyllic foothills, swarmed with a rustic, natural beauty. Most of the state carries this simple, small-town charm, creating a culture that I’ve come to adore. So, when it was revealed – all the way back at E3 2018 – that Fallout 76 takes place in West Virginia, I … [Read more...] about Why Camden Park is the most important location in Fallout 76
The GameRevolution editorial team has shared their thoughts on the matter, and you can share your own opinions in the comments section below. As always, we’ll feature our favorite. Paul Tamburro, executive editor: “Fallout 76 is a multiplayer Fallout game that a lot of people are going to try to play as a single-player game. For that reason, I think the general consensus is going to be massively divided on this one. I’m reasonably interested in it as it’s been a while since I’ve played an extensive co-op game, but I’m not expecting to be blown away.” Jason Faulkner, senior editor: “I was until I saw the Rick and Morty stream and now I’m just more sad for it than anything.” Mack Ashworth, lead editor: “I don’t think it’s possible to be hyped for Fallout 76. I’m a big fan of the franchise, but disastrous marketing fails combined with the shoddy beta experience has left … [Read more...] about Tell GR: Are You Excited For Fallout 76?