How to Get Tricentennial Bonus DLC Items in Fallout 76
Fallout 76 has quite a few different pieces of pre-order and bonus DLC, like the Tricentennial Edition that gives you access to the Uncle Sam outfit, Pip-Boy mask, and more. Here’s how to get Tricentennial Bonus DLC Items in Fallout 76.
Unfortunately, actually getting these items in Fallout 76 isn’t as easy as just opening your Stash box. First off make sure you’ve redeemed any codes for DLC in the PS Store or Xbox Marketplace. Once you’ve done that you’ll actually need to use the game’s crafting system to get your items.
You’ll need a Workbench to craft all of the myriad items in the Tricentennial Pack, whether it’s that cool Pip-Boy head or the laser rifle you want. Of course, you’ll need materials to craft all of these items, so keep that in mind.
Workbenches can be found all across West Virginia, and there’ll be one in most named locations in the game. Alternatively, you can craft one for your CAMP and simply make your way there whenever you need to use a Workbench.
Once you’ve redeemed your codes for the Tricentennial Pack, or any other piece of DLC, you’ll always have the recipe available in Workbenches. This means even if you lose an item or accidentally scrap it you can always create another one. This certainly isn’t the ideal way of getting your bonus items, but for now, it’s the only way of doing so.
That’s everything you need to know about how to get Tricentennial bonus DLC items in Fallout 76. For even more tips and help make sure to take a look at our Fallout 76 guide wiki.
If you have any other burning questions make sure to ask them in the comments down below, and we’ll get you an answer as best we can. In the meantime, here are a few other guides you might find helpful while playing Fallout 76.
- How to Get More Crafting Recipes for Workbenches
- How to Get More Crafting Materials
- How to Buy More Items & Where Vendors Are
- How to Get Money (Caps) Fast