How to Easily Find Any Weapon, Armor, or Item in Fallout 76

The world of Fallout 76 is massive and full to the brim with countless treasures. Even if you’ve scoured most or all of post apocalyptic Appalachia, you’re likely to have missed a plan here or a gun there. Guides and wikis can help you find what you haven’t yet but the information is a tad scattered and not always concise.

Considering how vast Fallout 76 is, reading detailed directions or watching a video clip is often the only sure-fire way to locate loot you’ve never picked up before, but what if you’re just looking to, say, stock up on Fusion Cores or Stealth Boys and want a refresher on common spawn points? NucaCrypt ( offers an excellent alternative in the form of an interactive loot map.

Fallout 76 interactive item map

You type in a search term and the map displays placemarkers for matching items. Of course, a placemarker will only give you the general whereabouts of an item. You will still have to look for the exact location. Also, you may, at times, have to play around with your search terms before you find what you’re looking for. For example, entering “Stealth Boy” into the search bar returns nothing, but if you remove the space in the middle, you get common spawn points for the consumable item.

Fallout 76 NucaCrypt Map

You can check out the map by heading on over to and selecting Map Search under Tools or by simply following the link below. We’d suggest keeping the page bookmarked for the next time you go loot hunting in Fallout 76.

Visit Nucacrypt Map

While you’re there, you may also want to check out NucaCrypt’s other offerings, such as the weekly Fallout 76 nuclear launch codes displayed on the homepage or the Code Decrypter tool, which we covered here: How To Easily Decrypt Fallout 76 Nuke Launch Code In Under 5 Minutes.

Update: a slightly more polished version of the aforementioned interactive map can be found at This map displays interactive icons for all locations and lets you select points of interest from a neatly organized list to the left of the page.

You can check out the map via the link provided below.

Visit Map76

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Sameed Khan

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