Solved Fallout 76 Nuclear Codes for January 29 – February 4

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The Fallout 76 community, like always, solved the Fallout 76 nuke codes for January 29 to February 4. With these codes, you can enjoy the detonation of weapons of mass destruction in the online world with your friends. Here are the codes for this week.

Solved Fallout 76 Nuke Codes

Bethesda has implemented a system during the release of big patches and updates, which allows the players to decrypt codes in games to launch nukes in the game which other players can witness and who doesn’t like blasts and fireworks in games? We also did a post on solved nuke codes for January 1 to 7 and the wait for this week’s codes is over as the community made website nukacrypt helps players to use nuke codes for the respective week. Here are the solved Fallout 76 solved codes for this week,

Nuke Codes for January 29 – February 4

  • Silo Alpha 66470936
  • Silo Bravo 73938033
  • Silo Charlie 04486726

What’s The Point of These Nukes?

The main point of nuking the wastelands of Fallout 76 is to farm rare drop which you can get by launching nukes. After launching and detonation, the area gets filled with hard and challenging enemies and lucrative loot. So, if you are looking for rare resources, the place after the nuke is where you should go.

Fallout 76 Nuke Codes

Can I Decrypt These Codes Myself?

Yep, you can but it is a hassle. If you still want to know here’s is how you can decrypt Fallout 76 nuke codes yourself. [courtesy: u/Ghostofbigboss]

Step 1: join a faction such as the enclave

Your first step is a crucial one as the enclave have vital information on how to launch nukes such as locations for nuke codes,nuclear launch cards, and the cipher to decode nuke codes.

Step 2: Gather nuke codes

Cant make an omelette without breaking some eggs. You will need to gather a total of 8 nuke codes to be able to launch a nuke. The enclave can help you in gathering nuke codes by going to the command center and using the surveillance terminal to track down code carrying officers.

Step 3: Get a Nuclear launch keycard

As told in the past step there is a terminal in the enclave to help you track down cargo bots carrying launch keycards. They will be defended by vertibots and will do evasive maneuvers to thwart you. Once you have taken down the cargo bot you will be able to move on the last steps. Also keycards are consumed on use in the silo so be sure to make sure your code is correct!

Step 4: Decrypt the launch codes

To decode these please refer to this handy document written by Hashbringer


Step 5: Launch silos

Once you have done all the steps above make your way to your designated silo for the launch code you have obtained. The silo will be heavily guarded by different kinds of robots (Robobrains,assaultrons,etc). Once you get the the launch center you have to protect 5 robots to start the launch sequence. Once the launch prep is done you are ready to launch your first nuke.

Step 6: Launch!

Input your nuclear keycard into the receptacle on the left and then input your launch code on the far right. The targeting computer will then be available to be selected and you can now select where you want the nuke to go.

The above steps are a direct copy pasta and are not tested. You might expect some errors.

Here’s How To Obtain Nuclear Keycard

If you’re new and do not know how to obtain Nuclear Keycard. Worry not, we got your back. Check this video below for details:


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