Vault 76 is one of the Locations within the The Forest region in Fallout 76 (FO76). Players can access locations by progressing in the game's story and as part of Side Quests. Some Locations are seemingly inconsequential, but can reward players with special Equipment and Items.
Vault 76 is the first location new survivors will encounter upon beginning their journey in the Wastelands of Appalachia. There are lots of useful items and supplies littered around the Vault, so it's worth taking the time to make sure to pick up everything - many items will be very helpful in completing those first forays into the Wastelands, and anything else can be scrapped for resources. Players will also receive their C.A.M.P as they exit the Vault, and the first Quest: Reclamation Day.
Vault 76 opened in 2076 to celebrate the tricentennial, or 300th birthday, of the United States. Crucially, according to the Citadel computer, it was supposed to be a “control” vault housing 500 people. Vault 76 was scheduled to automatically open in 2097, 20 years after it would have closed, but the Pip-Boy in Fallout 76’s teaser trailer clearly has a date of October 27, 2102 exactly 25 years after the Great War actually started on October 23, 2077.
Quests in Vault 76
Vault 76 threat level is 1-10. The following quests are related to this location
Enemies in Vault 76
Threat level in Vault 76 is 1-10. The following Enemies inhabit this location
- There are no enemies in Vault 76.
Resources in Vault 76
These notable Equipment & Resources can be found at this location:
Notes & tips
- You can fast-travel back to the entrance of Vault 76 for free from anywhere - useful if you find yourself a little turned around in the Wastelands and want a quick way back to familiar ground.
- Make sure you pick up everything you see on your way out of the Vault - there are lots of items that will be useful in your first forays into the Wasteland, and anything you don't need can be scrapped for resources.