Fallout 76 Guide – All Magazines, Nuka Cola Quantum, And Keys Locations

Finding collectibles in Fallout 76.

Posted By | On 20th, Nov. 2018 Under Video Game Tips

Fallout 76

Fallout 76 may be a shared world survival action game, but it is also an open world game. And you know what that means—that means that the world of the game is actually full of trinkets and objects for you to track down and collect for yourself. These include Magazines, Nuka Cola Quantum, and keys. This guide tells you where to find all of them.


Okay, so this is a bit ridiculous. There are 12 (twelve) magazines to find in this game, which doesn’t seem too bad, but there are no fixed locations for them. There’s a possibility that you might find a magazine at one of the locations listed below; if you don’t, try one of the other ones, or log out and log into a different server.

All of which is to say: this is a probability, not a certainty. Good luck:

  • Vault 76
  • Twin Pine Cabins
  • Top of the World
  • Vault-Tec Agricultural Research Center
  • Groves Family Cabin
  • Darling Sister’s Lab
  • Land view Lighthouse
  • Hunter’s Ridge
  • Transmission Station 1AT-U03
  • Marigold Pavillion
  • Gauley Mine
  • Tyler County Fairgrounds
  • Deathclaw Island
  • Morgantown:
    • High School
    • Airport
    • Trainyard
  • Vault-Tec University
  • Grafton Dam
  • Horizon’s Rest
  • Sutton
  • Silva Homestead
  • The Giant Teapot
  • Bolton Greens
  • Greg’s Mine Supplies
  • Camp Adams
  • Kanawha Nuka Cola Plant
  • Summerville Docks
  • Torrance House
  • Riverside Manor
  • Charleston Capitol Building
  • Blackbear Lodge
  • Becker Farm
  • Belching Betty
  • Camden Park
  • Nicholson’s End
  • Mount Blair
  • Mount Blair Trainyard
  • Forward Station Delta
  • Sons of Dane Compound
  • Wendigo Cave
  • Sunnytop Ski Lanes
  • Sunrise Farm
  • Bailey Family Cabin
  • Lewisburg
  • Safe N Clean Disposal
  • Mosstown
  • Site Charlie
  • Blackwater Mine
  • Tanagra Town
  • Hawke’s Refuge
  • Quarry X3
  • The Thorn
  • Watoga:
    • Watoga Transit Hub
    • Watoga Emerency Services
    • Watoga Civil Services
    • Watoga Estate
    • Watoga Shopping Plaza
    • Watoga Municipal Center
    • Watoga High School
  • Lost Home


There are a fair few keys in this game that you can find to gain access to new areas or safes. These areas and safes are almost always hiding a lot of great loot and crafting material for you, so it’s worth it to try and get there and see what you can find. Below, we have collected locations for some of the keys that give you access to new areas:

  • East Bridge Key: New River Gorge Bridge
  • Principal’s Safe Key: In his office, on top of a table
  • Principal’s Office key: In the bathrooms next to the gym
  • Horizon’s Rest Armory key: Middle shack of the tower
  • Horizon’s Rest Jail Cell key: Highest shack near the tower
  • Safe Key: Port-a-potty to the west of the North Kanawha Tower
  • West Bridge Key: Roller coaster cars in Camden Park
  • Responder’s Bravo Station Key: On Rocky
  • Loading Dock Storage Key: National Isolated Radio Array office building
  • Room 6 Sunnytop Ski Lanes: Behind the reception desk


One of the collectibles you can find in Fallout 76 is Nuka Cola Quantum. The following are all known locations for it:

  • Garrahan Estate
  • Vault 76
  • Watoga High School
  • Darling Sister’s Lab
  • Abandoned Bog Town
  • Green Country Lodge
  • Kanawha Nuka Cola Plant
  • Camden Park
  • Monorail Elevator
  • Hornwright Summer Villa
  • Whitesprung Resort

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