Few things can be as daunting as the premise of wandering the nuclear wastelands in the hopes of collecting everything and getting a 100% completion in Fallout 76. Bethesda Softworks' Fallout 76 may focus on multiplayer as a key selling point, but the world is still loaded with a number of noteworthy points of interest, side quests, and collectibles that gamers would struggle for countless hours to find – provided they didn't have a little help. Fortunately, a breakdown showcasing the locations of every item or wasteland dweller of interest in Fallout 76 does exist.
Similar to Red Dead Redemption 2's guide to 100% completion, this interactive map (via Fo76map) displays everything a player could need or want. Admittedly, there's still a lot of exploration required before gamers will be able to write off Fallout 76 as 100% complete, but this guide should make things a lot easier for anyone eager to reach that plateau.
While there are a wide range of things worth checking out in the scorched West Virginia landscape, some of the more prominent collectibles are Bobbleheads and Holotapes. These trinkets are trademarks of the franchise, and that's no exception in Fallout 76. In particular, the Vaultboy Bobbleheads can be found at some of the following locations:
Meanwhile, Treasure has its own uses within Fallout 76. It's safe to say that the name for that particular component speaks for itself for anyone hoping to locate something of value, and it's important to note that there are a number of locations to find these items. Here are a few of them:
Finally, the below map shows of the whereabouts of Side Quests and Keys scattered about the terrain in Fallout 76. These items are more or less essential for anyone hoping to launch a nuke or interact with the handful of NPCs before they proceed to nuke them and summon a terrifying Scorchbeast. The possibilities are really endless with the following points of interest:
Anyone that wants to see more can head over to the above mentioned website that these screenshots are pulled from in order to begin checking out everything the wasteland offers. There are even markers for specific locations like all of the Power Armor that can be found in Fallout 76, plus almost everything else wanderers may desire. Suffice it to say, it's a pretty handy guide that helps keep players navigating the post-apocalyptic world informed of the dangers that occupy it.
Although, the fact that these nuclear survivors are so keen to further seek out destruction of the world around them be accessing nukes is an odd endeavor, but that's the cost of freedom in Fallout 76 it would seem.