Writers track real W.Va. locations that appear in Fallout 76 map

A landscape featured in Fallout 76 includes architecture from an earlier era that still exists in West Virginia.
Second Fallout 76 map circulated Oct. 2018. See larger version.

Information being updated. New locations added. Last update 11/15/2018

The new virtual map for the video game is filled with real-world locations in West Virginia (WV), many of which may or may not exist in their game-world form.

Nate Purkeypile, Fallout 76 world artist, says developers have in some cases changed the locations of landmarks and have sometimes enhanced them.

In the game for instance, an elaborate tower caps the summit of Spruce Knob, the highest point in West Virginia, bit it appears more like a Christmas-tree topper than today’s ’70s-era viewing platform.

Which locations are evident? Our staff combed through the newest Fallout 76 map of the game and found many of the following locations. We’re sure others will be added to the map as the game matures.

Here are more than fifty of the Fallout 76 locations that we’ve identified so far, and we’ll continue to add more. Have a suggestion or correction? Add your comments at the bottom of the page.


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