It is the holiday season, in case you haven’t noticed, and it’s about time that we caught up on all the holiday events that are available in our favourite live-service games, and that of course includes Fallout 76 which has just kicked the Holiday Scorched event into full swing.
The Holiday Scorched event in Fallout 76 is taking place from December 17-31, so you’ve got the remainder of 2020 to make the most of this event and get the rare gear and items that are the rewards.
We’re breaking down how exactly you can find the Holiday Scorched below, and listing off a bunch of places you can find them in Fallout 76.
While you’re here, make sure to take a look for our full walkthrough of the Brotherhood of Steel questline in Fallout 76 Steel Dawn, where we break down every quest, decision, and the unique items you may have missed.
How To Find Legendary Holiday Scorched In Fallout 76
Now before you seek out Holiday Scorched you should make sure you’re fully equipped, because these are high-level monsters, and on top of being legendary, they can be boasting up to three stars next to their health bar, meaning these are some truly tough opponents.
If you want to get through them, what you’ll need is to equip your best gear, and go out into the wilderness. You will find Legendary Holiday Scorched all over the map, in many different locations, but encountering them is something just a matter of luck. But you’ll know if you’re close, as you’ll be able to hear the jingling of bells.
This means you can run around the perimeter of locations fairly quickly to find if enemies are nearby, just put some headphones on and boost the volume. The Holiday Scorched could be in one of many locations, some locations will even have multiple, and being able to acutely hear the sound effects in-game will massively speed up your search.
List Of Locations Where You Can Find Holiday Scorched In Fallout 76
You can find Holiday Scorched in a vast variety of locations in Fallout 76, and some of the locations listed below can have up to four Holiday Scorched. However, there also isn’t a guarantee you’ll actually see any at all. Sometimes they don’t spawn, sometimes they spawn in vaguely different locations in the same area, and so on. As a result you’ll have to perk your ears up to listen out for the jingling of bells so you know when a possible reward is nearby. Thanks to NakedVaultDweller for these locations.
- Abandoned Mine Shaft 1
- Camden Park
- Poseidon Energy Plant
- AVR Medical Center
- Summersville Docks
- Overlook Cabin
- Greg’s Mine Supply
- Bolton Greens
- Morgantown Airport
- Wilson Brother’s Auto
- Relay Tower EM-B1-27
- Poseidon Power Substation PX-01
- Tyler County Fairgrounds
- Wavy Willard’s Water Park
- Palace of the Winding Path
- Bailey Family Cabin
- Fort Defiance
- Firebase Hancock
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