All Fallout 76 nuke codes this week & where to use them

All Fallout 76 nuke codes this week & where to use them
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Written by 

Dave McAdam

Last updated 

11th Jun 2024 10:36

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Fallout 76's nuke codes reset weekly, keeping players on their toes, so here's a full list and all the locations you'll need to enter them at to make the process a breeze.

Bethesda Game Studio's live service spin-off has risen in popularity despite its humble beginnings, having seen another boom (excuse the pun) following the success of the Fallout TV show - making these codes even more valuable to wandering Wastelanders throughout Appalachia.

Nuke codes this week (June 11, 2024)

Kicking things off with the main thing you're looking for, here are the currently active Fallout 76 nuke codes, courtesy of NukaCrypt:

Sites Codes
Alpha 591 92 086
Bravo 626 67 842
Charlie 050 91 983

These codes can be activated at the designated launch sites, which you'll find details on further down on this page.

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When do nuke codes expire?

According to Bethesda's support page, nuke codes will expire at 7PM ET on Mondays / 12AM BST on Tuesday morning.

The help page also mentions that some codes may only be available for a few minutes - so make sure to consider this when you're planning when to use it!

Where are the silo locations in Fallout 76?

There are three nuke sites, Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie, and those sites correspond to the nuke codes in the table above:

Site Location
Site Alpha The centre of the Savage Divide
Site Bravo South of the Palace of the Winding Path in the Savage Divide 
Site Charlie In the south of the Savage Divide

On the in-game map, these are marked by a star icon with a blue circle around the outside of it.

How to use the silo codes

Before you can use these codes, though, you'll first need to make sure that you've beaten the main story - as without doing that, you won't be able to proceed.

  • You'll also need to make sure that you've joined the Enclave Faction, and have finished the I am Become Death quest
  • Each particular site's silo will have a dungeon that you need to run and complete different objectives in as well before you can even start the process of launching the nuke
  • You'll also want to make sure that you've got a Nuclear Keycard, which can be obtained from containers by locating SAC cargobots in-game

As a general rule as well, always make sure that you're stocking up on items like ammo, Stimpaks, and RadAway before you head to a location so that you're best prepared to deal with anything that may come your way - particularly if you're going to head straight to the nuke location after you've launched it.

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Dave McAdam
About the author
Dave McAdam
Dave is a Senior Guides Writer at GGRecon, after several years of freelancing across the industry. He covers a wide range of games, with particular focus on shooters like Destiny 2, RPGs like Baldur's Gate 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, and fighting games like Street Fighter 6 and Tekken 8.
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