Fallout 76 Nuke Codes – What are this week’s launch codes? (February 19 – February 25)

Fallout 76 Nuke Codes – What are this week’s launch codes? (February 19 – February 25)
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Are you wondering what the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes are this week? Gathering up the launch codes and firing off a nuke is one of the more engaging activities in the wasteland. The nuclear fallout opens the door to new possibilities.

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Fallout 76 has plenty of action but the most you see is in nuked areas. Just be careful not to hit any unwanted players in the process. Here are this week’s Nuke Codes in Fallout 76.

Nuke Codes in Fallout 76 for the week of February 19

The weekly Nuke Codes in Fallout 76 are as follows:

  • Alpha – 43622457
  • Bravo – 79424961
  • Charlie – 13605405

It’s important to note that these codes will only last until February 25, 2024, after which it will be reset.

When do the Nuke Codes reset in Fallout 76?

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The codes reset weekly. Specifically, you will get a new set of codes on Monday at 4pm PT / 7pm ET / 12am UTC. At this time, you will need to look up a new set of codes if you and your friends want to launch a nuke and cover the wasteland in more radioactive fallout.

Where to input the launch codes in Fallout 76

As previously mentioned, you will only need to choose one of the codes to enter at a particular silo. However, the specific code will only work with the silo it’s connected to. For instance, each Alpha code will only function at the Alpha silo.

You’ll also need to use one Nuclear Keycard to launch a Nuke. These particular items can be acquired through the ‘Hide and Seek and Destroy’ repeatable quest which tasks you with hunting down a certain cargobot. Once you’ve found the automaton, you will have to shoot it down after which it will drop the keycard you’re looking for. You can also get Nuclear Keycards from the Atomic Shop where Bethesda sometimes hands out free cards.

Hit specific targets

Hitting specific locations with a nuke in Fallout 76 will trigger different events. For instance, you can trigger the Scorchbeast Queen by hitting Fissure Site Prime. You can also trigger the Wendigo Colossus by hitting Monongah Mine.

Keep in mind that you’ll only be able to launch Nukes after you’ve finished the game’s main quest line. If you’re yet to complete it, you unfortunately won’t be able to partake in this Fallout 76 feature.

That is everything you need to know for this week’s launch codes. Be sure to also check out how to install mods in Fallout 4.

Fallout 76 Nuke Codes – FAQ

What time do the launch codes change each week in Fallout 76?

The codes change weekly on Monday at 4pm PT / 7pm ET / 12am UTC.

What is needed to launch a nuke in Fallout 76?

You need to have the launch code for the Silo you are going to as well as a Nuclear Keycard. You also need to have beaten the main story of Fallout 76.