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How To Get More Perk Packs In Fallout 76

How To Get More Perk Packs In Fallout 76
Perk Packs are an exciting mechanic in Fallout 76 that rewards you with multiple perks. This guide focuses on How To Get More Perk Packs In Fallout 76 so you can deck yourself out with high level perks, master the art of lockpicking, or just get more bonuses for eating dog food.

Perks are the driving force of character customization and progression in Fallout 76. They come in a variety of different shapes and sizes. Some will improve your abilities in combat, others focus on better healing or managing of the various survival mechanics.

How To Get More Perk Packs In Fallout 76

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Perk Packs are currently the best way to obtain multiple Perks in Fallout 76. When you obtain a Perk Pack you are notified on screen and can then open your Pip Boy and open your Perk Pack. When you open a Perk Pack you will receive multiple Perks and a joke, usually the kind of jokes your dad finds hilarious.

Currently, the only known method of obtaining more Perk Packs is through leveling. Every couple of levels, you will receive a Perk Pack as a bonus reward for reaching a certain level. Sometimes this happens at the end of events or when completing a quest, which can cause confusion as to what unlocked the Perk Pack.

We’re still looking out for other ways to get more Perk Packs in Fallout 76. We’ll be sure to update the guide if we come across any other methods.

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