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In Fallout 76, you can use the nuke codes to launch nukes targeting various parts of the world map: Appalachia. The nuke codes are updated every week and require the players to work together and decrypt them first before using them. You also have to get the Nuclear Keycard before you can use these nukes. In Fallout 76, once you get the nuke codes, it means that you can launch nukes targeting various parts of the world map: Appalachia. And that's probably the only reason gamers are still playing through Bethesda's latest foray into the post-apocalyptic world. The nuke codes are updated every week. Usually, the codes for Silo site Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie are insanely smart and hard to decrypt unless you have a degree in cryptology. Luckily, now we’ve got the Fallout 76 nuke codes for the week commencing December 10 waiting for you to discover down below. Here Are the Fallout 76's Latest Nuke Codes From December 10 to 16 Here, we thank again to NukaCrypt, whose team of boffins and/or programs constantly to surprise us with their speed and accuracy when it comes to deciphering the Fallout 76 nuke codes. We are just in here to offer you a push in the right direction. The effort does not belong to us. ·Silo Alpha: 97591524 ·Silo Bravo: 17507386 ·Silo Charlie: 94963240 How To Use Fallout 76 Nuke Codes? In Fallout 76 game, though you do not need to go to a specific silo to launch the nukes, site Charlie still seems to be the easiest of the three to find. Just go south of the Mountainside Bed and Breakfast (which is east of the Uncanny Caverns) and then you'll notice the silo site tucked away on the east side of a mountain range near route 102. For the site Alpha, meanwhile, you can find east of route 105 and west of Sugar Grove. Last but not least, site Bravo, can be found northeast of the Grafton Dam. Once you have found the site you want to enter. You're going to have to fight all your way through to the control room, and then protect the crew chief robots as they help with the launch. Once you take down all the enemies, type your launch key on the left of the panel and your codes on the right. Only then can you fire a nuke. It's a tough quest, but it's well worth it. Aside from that, if you are mining for rare resources, the nuke codes are also beneficial. On the map, those places that are hit by the nukes are the best place to farm for these rare resources. With these precious resources, you can craft your powerful fallout 76 weapons and many other Fallout 76 items. What's more, you even can use the nukes to wipe out an area of the map and then get a completely different experience there. If you are happened to know that someone who has set up a camp there, it'll also be wiped out with the nuke. When will the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes Reset? The nuke codes reset every single Monday, that means you'll have to keep an eye from December 16 for your next batch of launch codes.