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Fallout 76 Main Quest List: All Main Quests in the Game


Fallout 76 Main Quest List: All Main Quests in the Game

So, you’ve picked up Fallout 76 and completed a few missions, and now you’re wondering how much content is left in the game. Here’s a handy list of all main quests in Fallout 76.

As with every other Fallout title, Fallout 76 is packed full of content. The game features plenty of side missions, and you could potentially spend weeks on end making different settlements with the C.A.M.P. system.

Since it’s an MMO, Fallout 76 also contains limited-time events, PvP, and super (mutant) bosses that should keep you busy for a long time.

Fallout 76 does also feature a story beneath all its side quests and exploration, and you can only advance the story by completing main quests.

Without spoiling anything, here’s the main quest list. If you receive any of the following quests, know that you are on the right path to completing the game’s story.

All Fallout 76 Main Quests

  • Reclamation Day
  • First Contact
  • Thirst Things First
  • Second Helpings
  • Final Departure
  • An Ounce of Prevention
  • Into the Fire
  • The Missing Link
  • Signal Strength
  • Flavors of Mayhem
  • Key to the Past
  • Early Warnings
  • Reassembly Required
  • Coming to Fruition
  • Defiance Has Fallen
  • Back to Basic
  • Recruitment Blues
  • Belly of the Beast
  • Uncle Sam
  • Bunker Buster
  • One of Us
  • Officer on Deck
  • I Am Become Death
  • Mission: Countdown
  • The Rundown
  • Death from Above
  • Scorched Earth

Do keep in mind, though, that if you only play Fallout 76 to complete these missions, you’re missing out on the meat of the game. Players are encouraged to venture off the beaten path and discover new and exciting quests, monsters, and loot.

Even when a location doesn’t hide a super-powerful weapon, it still tells a story that expands on the Fallout world’s lore.

Given that Fallout 76 is an MMO, the above list is subject to change. Bethesda could swap around story missions or add new ones in future updates and expansions. Therefore, it’s uncertain as to how long this guide will be accurate.

For more tips, tricks, and information for your adventures across West Virginia’s wasteland, be sure to check out our ever-expanding Fallout 76 guide wiki.

We’ve got guides on how to get wood, adhesive, springs, screws, aluminum, and more. Heck, we’ve even got handy cheat sheets for the Fire Breathers knowledge exam, and the Hornwright industrial exam, too. Looking for power armor locations? We’ve got those covered, and we’ve broken down everything you need to know on lockpicking, hacking, and your CAMP, too.

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