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How To Lock Extractors In Fallout 76

How To Lock Extractors In Fallout 76
Wondering how to lock your Extractors? This guide will tell you How To Lock Extractors In Fallout 76, which is a vital security measure as, if you do not lock your Extractors, other players can simply walk up and take what’s inside without a second thought.

If you take control of a Workshop, you can automatically generate valuable resources such as Fusion Cores, Aluminium and Concrete, among others. However, the Extractors that create these resources can be accessed by other players, unless you lock them.

How To Lock Extractors In Fallout 76

How To Lock Extractors
To lock your Extractor is simple. Go into build mode and walk over to one of your Extractors. Here you will have the normal User Interface. If you check in the lower left corner of the interface, you will see the option to lock. This is L2 on the PS4 version.

Once you select that option you can choose levels 1 through 3. The higher level locks are impossible to pick without the required level so typically, it’s better to have the highest level locks available. That’s How To Lock Extractors In Fallout 76.

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