How to Get Gold Scrap in Fallout 76

 How to Get Gold Scrap in Fallout 76

Fallout 76 is an online action RPG which was released in 2018 and sold over a million copies that year, despite having a release date in the middle of November. No doubt, it is still a hugely popular game, and players are still collecting all the items that they can get. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to get Gold Scrap in Fallout 76.

Where to Find Gold Scrap in Fallout 76

One of the useful things in the game is Gold Scrap. It is quite rare to find as only a handful of items have Gold Scrap in Fallout 76. Thus, it isn’t that commonly used. You mostly need it for weapon mods and camp items, and when you do, it can be frustrating searching for it. Let’s find out where you can get some quickly.

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In Appalachia, there are two methods that you can use to find Gold Scrap in Fallout 76. You can break down the in-game items or melt some ore. We will take you through these methods below.

Break Down Junk

There are some items classified as junk, but they are useful if you want to scrap them for materials. Here are the junk items that will fetch you Gold Scrap.

  • Gold Fork
  • Gold Plated Flip Lighter
  • Gold Plated Glass
  • Gold Pocket Watch
  • Red Star Pin
  • Unstoppables! Board Game

Melt Ore

You can also melt ore to get Gold Scrap. Note that you need 2 Gold Ore and 4 Acid to get 2 Gold Scrap, and you will need to do this at a chemistry workbench. To find Gold Ore, you need to look in mines. Another way to collect Gold Ore is to place a mineral extractor down on a gold deposit. These are the workshops where you can get Gold Ore:

  • Abandoned Bog Town
  • Beckley Mine Exhibit
  • Billings Homestead
  • Dolly Sods Campground
  • Hemlock Holes Maintenance
  • Spruce Knob

Jayita T

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