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Way To Enter Freddy Fear's House of Scares In Fallout 76


  In the game of Fallout 76 has so many mysteries to unlock, from Vault 63 to the actual Order of Mysteries, but for us, nothing is better than a good locked-door puzzle. There would be plenty of moments where you’ll find a strange key with no clue where it goes, or an intriguing door but with no clear way to lockpick it. The Fallout 76 rusted key is one such item. Where can I find it? What does this key do? What does this have to do with the Freddy Fear's House of Scares? Here we'll reveal all these puzzles.



  The Fallout 76 rusted key is an unmarked item, which hidden at the far north of the West Virginia wasteland map, around the east side of the big lake with a Crocodile slide on top of it. Then head to the location on the map above. You'll find it in a container floating in the lake, next to a destructed house. Actually, it's the same safe which also contains the Alien Blaster weapon, so if you have got that, which means you have probably picked up the rusted key at some point. But what does this key unlock?

  Way to Enter Freddy Fear's House of Scares

  The rusted key in Fallout 76 unlocks a location named Freddy Fear’s House of Scares, which seems to be a reference to popular jump-scare gaming series Five Nights at Freddy's. This location is far but directly east of the place where you found the rusted key, just as you come to The Mire region. More specifically, it's just to the east of the Route 66 marker on the map.

  The rusted key unlocks a red door in the back of the building, up some stairs, Strangely, the only thing of interest there is the Stolen Terminal Passcode, which is a mystery in and of itself. You can use the code in Morgantown in a terminal at the Shadowbreeze Apartments, but here, we want to let you chase this little secret quest all by yourself...(We can not offer you too much information or you'll lose the interesting of it) HINT: It's just connected to the Alien Blaster you just get. SPOILER ALERT: You can bypass most of this side stuff and go straight to the final location. Does not that very crazy?