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Fallout 76 Nuke Codes: Alpha, Bravo, Charlie Silo Codes This Week

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Wasteland wanderers are once again on the hunt for Nuke codes across Appalachia, with a fresh batch available as of Thursday, 15 April 2021.

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If you're new to the game and yet to experience the thrill of launching weapons of mass destruction in the game, it's quite a sight to behold.

Even if you don't launch the nuke yourself, someone on your server might, creating huge blast zones that are radiated for up to four real-world hours in the game.

These nuclear blast zones can be fantastic for picking up top-tier loot, but they're also rather challenging. The equivalent of end-game content stacked numerous high-level irradiated monsters.

So you'll want to make sure you're suitably levelled up and tooled to meet the challenge.

Ready? Here are those new Nuke Codes.

Fallout Nuke Codes This Week (April 15 - 22)

  • Alpha: 63030899
  • Bravo: 94112469
  • Charlie: 93284143
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In 2020, following the release of the Wastelanders update, Bethesda shifted Fallout 76 to a seasonal model.

Following the successful release of "The Legendary Run" and 'Armor Ace and the Power Patrol' fans can now dive into the new season titled Steel Dawn.

This new update focuses on the legendary 'Brotherhood of Steel', but there's also several new characters, companions and enemies too.

The main new quest involves the games new Shelters mechanic.

It'll be interesting to see how the game evolves in the future, not least with the recent news that Xbox reached an agreement to buy Bethesda Game Studios' parent company Zenimax Media.

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