Can You Get Into Vault 94 in Fallout 76? What You Need to Know
If you’ve been wandering around the world of Appalachia in Fallout 76, you may have noticed that Vault 76 isn’t the only Vault-Tec structure you can find. There’s also Vault 94, and as many Fallout fans will know, there’s always something intriguing to find inside. That has some players wondering whether you can get into Vault 94 in Fallout 76.
Just because Vault 76 opened on Reclamation Day, doesn’t mean that it’s the only Vault in the surrounding area. Vault 94 can be found on the border of the Savage Divide and Mire regions of Fallout 76’s map, just to the east of Pumpkin House, and south of the Red Rocket Mega Shop.
You might have stumbled upon it on your adventures up to Abbie’s Bunker, for those of you advancing in Fallout 76’s main quest.
Unfortunately, you can’t get into Vault 94 in Fallout 76. At least, not for now. While you’ll likely have tried for a fair chunk of time to find a secret way into Vault 94, or even Vault 63 which is also present in Appalachia, they’re sealed for good right now.
According to a letter from the team at Bethesda prior to Fallout 76 officially launching last week, however, it seems as though that’s set to change. “We have an incredible list of updates we’ve begun to work on – from C.A.M.P. building improvements, new quests and events, new Vaults opening, character respecing, a faction-based PvP system, and much more.”
That’s all Bethesda currently has to say regarding Vault 94 and the other Vaults players have found in Fallout 76, but it certainly suggests that we’ll be able to explore them soon enough. And if it’s not something we can go and explore, then something else might be setting foot in the wasteland that players will need to take on however they see fit. That’s all speculation on our part for now, though.
As soon as we hear more on exactly when Vault 94 has opened in Fallout 76, we’ll be sure to update this post and let you know of what you need to do in order to get inside and uncover its secrets. For now, though, it’s just a case of waiting and wondering.
For more tips, tricks, and guides for your adventures across the West Virginia 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.