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Where To Find Power Armor In Fallout 76

Where To Find Power Armor In Fallout 76

Want to know how to get Power Armor in Fallout 76? This guide will tell you Where To Find Power Armor In Fallout 76 very early in the game so you can immediately get the benefits of walking around in a giant mech suit that eliminates all fall damage.

Where To Find Power Armor In Fallout 76

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] When you find the Power Armor in Fallout 76 you will have to remove most of the parts. The armor itself cannot be used until high level, such as 35. Even without the armor you can still buff your HP, armor and strength by using just the frame. Make sure you have a fusion core to keep the armor running. If you have the room, save the armor for later because you never know if you will need to find it again. Currently we have found the armor in two locations on the map. Only one person per server seemed to be able to get it, so move quick or you will have to wait for the respawn.

The first is located in the shed next to Black Bear Lodge in the north area of the map. We have found it in there three times total, so it does respawn.

Fallout 76 Power Armor Location 1

The second is outside of the mine Belching Betty here on the map. The Fire Fighter Responder’s missions will lead you there if you haven’t been down there. There is a small shed with a robot inside and the Power Armor can be found here. We found it once and then when we logged in again it was there as well.

Fallout 76 Power Armor Location 2

We are updating this guide as we go so be sure to check back soon for more Fallout 76 guides.

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