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Fallout 76 Wastelanders Riding Shotgun Event Guide


In this Fallout 76 Wastelanders Riding Shotgun event, we will walk you through everything you need to know about starting the event, completing it, and earning the best rewards that it has to offer.

Fallout 76 Wastelanders Riding Shotgun

In order to start the Riding Shotgun event, you need to head over to the Big Bend Tunnel on the left of NAR Repair Yard and speak to the guy named Vinny. He should be in a suit. You cannot miss him.

After the event starts, you will mostly have to worry about a few enemies – mostly dogs and humans. You will also need to locate a total of four missing caches in the area. They are pretty easy to find. The following are the locations where you should look for them:

  • One is right before the middle area where you fight the captain
  • One is near the middle area, near the area where the Mole Miners spawn
  • Two are after the middle area, one on the left side and one on the right side

Always try to clear the area before you start finding the caches. It’s best to do so every time you eliminate a captain. After finding all four caches, open up the gates, head inside, and get ready to defend the area.

Now all that remains is to get the best-possible rewards from the Riding Shotgun event. Getting the best possible loot depends on whether you manage to find Blueridge supplies in the area – four in total. It does not hurt to dedicate one player to finding these lost supplies. If you manage to get them all, you will have a chance at getting the following:

  • Blueridge Caravan Flag Plan
  • Blueridge Caravan Backpack Plan
  • Blueridge Caravan Outfit
  • Blueridge Caravan Gas Mask

This is all we have got in our Fallout 76 Wastelanders Riding Shotgun event. For more help on the game, you can check out our Fallout 76 wiki guides.

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