Weapons you discover within the wasteland of Fallout 76 are possible to be already damaged slightly. While using weapons will also make their condition slowly deteriorate, affecting their usability. you are going to read on How to Repair Weapons.
Thankfully you’ll be able to repair your weapons at any workstation, putting their condition back to full. Doing this can cost a number of the materials/resources in your inventory like metal, which you’ll get from scrapping things.
Below, we’ve got a quick guide for repairing weapons in Fallout 76. while we’ve lined some additional guides for the game which may be found here.
How to Repair Weapons
First off, find a Weapons workbench. They’re typically in most cities, and you’ll additionally create one at your C.A.M.P. The image below shows a Weapons workbench in Sutton.
Choose the “Modify/Repair” option. On PC, this could be done by pressing space. You’ll be shown a list of weapons presently in your inventory. while on the left-hand side, you’ll see the stats.
What you’re searching for is explicitly the ‘CND,’ which implies condition. This bar indicates how damaged your weapon is. Select the ‘Repair’ option, and you’ll be shown what materials are needed to repair it.
In my case, it’s six steel scrap, wood scraps, excess adhesive, and copper scrap. Once you repair the item, the condition can return to full.