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Some Must-Have Weapons In Fallout 76


  In the game of Fallout 76, if a vault dweller wants to survive out in the nuclear wasteland, he/she'll need a few things, which include water, food, medicines, armor, and most importantly, a good weapon. You can get weapons very easily in Fallout 76, but there are a select few that stand out from the rest. This may due to their Attributes, their Damage Output, or their ability to be customized to the gamer’s playstyle. From rifles to melee weapons, now we have collected some of the must needed weapons in Fallout 76 and it's time to grab some ammo and put your bloodlust on, cause we are ready to go through 10 must have weapons in Fallout 76! Let's go!

  NO.1 Combat Shotgun

  If you are outnumbered and urgently need some heavy firepower unleashed. Then you absolutely cannot miss the trusty Combat Shotgun. You can farm this weapon from plenty of enemies, the high base damage, and high ammunition capacity (starting at eight), so if you do not have this weapon in your arsenal, that would be a huge mistake.

  Tips to improve the shotgun would be to increase its Damage Output with the hardened receiver and installing a perforating magazine to improve armor penetration. Coupled with the shotgunner perk, you have a damage powerhouse; just stock up on shells!

  NO.2 Assault Rifle

  The second weapon is the Assault Rifle, and in fact, this weapon should be the backbone of any waste lander's arsenal. This kind of weapon is capable of engaging enemies from far away and provides sustaining fire against them before they get to you.

  With a multitude of mods and loadouts, for the player has great versatility at their disposal. For instance, they can change the assault rifle into a DMR (Designated Marksman Rifle) by installing the severe receiver mod to improve damage and critical strikes. If that's not your cup of tea, try installing an automatic receiver to unleash lead on enemies instead.

  NO.3 Hunting Rifle

  Nothing is sweeter than holding your breath, tracking your target, and subtlely squeezing of the trigger to take out your mark. The Hunting Rifle rewards those with patience and a good steady hand with high damage and range. Throughout the whole wasteland, this is a very common weapon. And at the same time, it is also taken as a perfect weapon to engage enemies from far out if the right mods and perks are selected.

  By modifying the receiver, barrel, stock, and lastly optics, the player would have a very formidable weapon capable of one-shot kills, or at least heavily crippling enemies. Coupled with the rifleman and Covert Operative Perks, the Damage Output plus the sneak multiplier will take down targets hard and fast.

  NO.4 All Ride

  What is better than a sledgehammer? How about attaching a rocket to it and then enjoy it crush foes like sparrows egg. The All Ride is a legendary super sledge with a twist, this weapon has a 90% weight reduction and adds 10 health to the player.

  Why does that make this weapon so powerful? This is a heavy hitting melee weapon capable of killing the toughest of enemies. The perks are it doesn’t take ammunition and off the bat, you can cleave enemies by the boatload.

  You can get this very easily by using this handy guide by Dulfy through a quest called "Mayor" for a day. With a Base Damage of 160, a smart waste lander would couple this with the Martial Artist and Slugger Perk. With a higher Damage Output, faster swings and lowered weight, you can not miss so powerful weapon.

  NO.5 The Dragon

  In the game of Fallout 76, there exists a weapon called the Black Powder Rifle which does a whopping 200+ Base Damage. Enter the Dragon: a Black Powder Rifle on steroids.

  This type of weapon offers a Base Damage of 230, it is already a powerful weapon until you realize that it has four barrels which discharge all at once when fired. If all rounds fire, then it has a potential Base Damage 920! This is obtained by farming various legendary enemies as outlined in this nifty guide by Gameranx. Players could greatly amplify the Damage Output by employing the rifleman and Covert Operative Perks and using the weapon as an opening shot. With the increased damage and sneak multiplier, it is certain to make anything turn into pink mist.

  NO.6 Perfect Storm

  The 10mm is one of those ammunition rounds that hangs around but a player doesn’t use, accumulating in the thousands. Why not use them filling enemies with lead and setting them on fire at the same time, though? Now time to enter the Perfect Storm; a legendary 10mm submachine gun, it could set enemies on fire for three seconds, causing additional damage for a duration.

  In order to get this, the players have to run through a quick quest as detailed here, thanks to Game With. Its advised that players should complete the quest when they are at Level 50 in order to get the higher level reward. After you are fully modifying the weapon, please make sure to quip the Commando Perk (yes, it is an SMG but counts as a rifle, allegedly) to boost the damage even further.

  NO.7 Black Diamond

  One of the much weirder weapons in Fallout 76, Black Diamond is one that will stick with you for some time. A modified ski with angry looking teeth welded on, this melee weapon is a kind of fast and heavy hitting machine with a bonus of adding +1 strength to your stats.

  The player can obtain this amazing weapon by completing this fairly simple quest line carefully outlined here, courtesy of News Week. Just like the perfect storm SMG, it is best to obtain this weapon when you are Level 50 to ensure that this weapon is rewarded at a Level 50 status.

  As a melee weapon, this is suggested that after modifying it, couple this with the Martial Artist Perk to increase the Swing and the Gladiator Perk to increase Damage Output to slice through the enemy.

  NO.8 Gauss Rifle

  This whirling of its energy coils already puts tingles down your spine. This Gauss Rifle is a high-level weapon which slings materials at high velocities at your enemies. For this powerhouse weapon, you can find it on high-level enemies.

  Comes to the nitty-gritty, the best way to use this weapon is to mod this out as much as you can, charge this up and meanwhile, go for sneak attacks. Usually, players equip the Rifleman Perk to damage boost the rifle and then Convert Operative to max out the sneak multiplier for devastating effect.

  Last but not least, the Gauss Rifle uses the easily made 2mm electromagnetic cartridge, which means the ammunition will never be a problem for the gamers.

  NO.9 Gatling Gun

  In all its glory, the Gatling Gun shines in battle. With a turn of the crank, the players could unleash a steady stream of lead down range to any enemy it faces. This kind of mid-ranged weapon is obtained by various means, however, most are commonly found on government supply drops, mid game enemies and weapon containers.

  You can buy this kind of weapon from the Watoga Shopping Plaza down south. A certain shot way of obtaining this weapon is also through a brotherhood of steel quest called "Defiance Has Fallen," which is outlined with thanks to IGN here. With massive mods that can be applied, to the weapon from improving the rate of fire, to increasing its ammunition capacity - this is a versatile and steady weapon for any Vault Dweller.

  When you are ready to use this weapon, the recommended perks to use are Bear Arms Perk to lower the weight of the weapon, and the Heavy Gunner to improve on Damage Output. Last but not least, what makes this weapon awesome to have is the 5mm ammunition it takes and how cheap it is to make in bulk.

  NO. 10 Hand Made Rifle

  In the Fallout 76 game, this is probably the most sought after non-legendary weapon. When you perfectly modified this rifle and perks applied could melt the faces off the strongest enemies. The reason why this handmade rifle so good is because it is one of the most customizable weapons in the game and its strong stats. From drum magazines, hardened receivers, barrel changes, to its fast fire rate and high base damage, this weapon molds to the player.

  Here we have discussed some must have weapons in the game of Fallout 76 and of course, you can get them all by yourself and another selection is you can have various Fallout 76 weapons here by costing a very limited budget. This would be much easier and faster and you even can own them within 10 minutes. If you are interested, why not take a look at it?