How to access The Pitt in Fallout 76

The developers at Bethesda released The Pitt update for Fallout 76 and it added a ton of new content for you to experience. This update brought back the Responders, a group that disappeared from Appalachia. You can take on the role of a member of the Union and help them fight back the Fanatics in The Pitt, the remnants of Pittsburgh after the devastating nuclear strike. How to access The Pitt in Fallout 76.

How to start Expeditions in Fallout 76

You access The Pitt in Fallout 76 by going on Expeditions. These missions allow you to enter The Pitt and help the Union members fight back against the dangerous group called the Fanatics. After booting up the game, you will see the Expeditions option at the top of the map screen. Press the button indicated in the small notification to bring up the expedition menu. Unfortunately, you can’t go on an expedition right away. You must power the Vertibird.

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The Vertibird that will fly you to Pittsburgh requires a charged Ultracite battery. In the expedition menu you can see how much charge the battery has. Once the battery is charged, you can select the “Start New Expedition” option to head to Pittsburgh.

Related: How to complete the Refuge Daily: Recipe For Success mission in Fallout 76

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To charge the battery, you need to complete tasks for the responders. These daily missions are called daily refuge missions. You usually get three missions per day. Completing all three missions will fully charge the Vertibird’s Ultracite battery, allowing you to travel to Pittsburgh. The missions can be started by going into the Whitespring Refuge and talking to the residents in the area. These missions require you to gather materials for the responders, and some even require you to cook a fresh stew to receive rewards from the settlers and raiders. How to access The Pitt in Fallout 76

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