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Inspecting a Nuka-Cola Quantum in Fallout 76
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Where to Find Nuka-Cola Quantum in Fallout 76

Here's where to drink Nuka-Cola Quantum in Fallout 76!

Nuka-Cola Quantum in the Fallout franchise is a clear bottle with glowing blue liquid inside. While drinking, it provides health and AP regen, and the biggest reason you may want to find one is to complete timed challenges like drinking specific amounts of Nuka-Cola Quantum to earn season tickets. Here’s where to find Nuka-Cola Quantum in Fallout 76.

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Did you know that the iconic blue glow happens because radioactive isotope Strontium-90 is used? You’ll restore 200 Hit Points and 100 Action Points when you drink it, but you’ll receive 10 Radiation points. In addition, you’ll add the bottle cap to your Cap stash.

Here is where to drink Nuka-Cola Quantum in Fallout 76, with the amount you’ll find in parentheses:

  • Kanawha Nuka-Cola Plant (Two): You’ll find one Nuka-Cola Quantum behind a door with a level 1 lock on the factory floor. You can find a second one sitting on a table by dropping down from the main floor.
  • Monorail Elevator (One): You might find one on the second level of the maintenance building.
  • Mount Blair (One): You’ll find it in the cafeteria at this location.
  • New River Gorge Bridge (One): Head to the lower level near the bridge’s western side.
  • Nuka-World on Tour (One): There is a Nuka-Cola Vending Machine behind the Nukacade. Head to the location on my map above to find the soda fountain-looking machine.
  • Overseer’s Home (One): Head to her toilet, and you’ll find it on a shelf.
  • R&G Processing Services (One): Head to the staff room near the lower part of the factory.
  • The Whitespring Resort (One): You can purchase one from Bubbles, the Nuka-Cola vendor.
  • Nuka-Cola Vending Machines: Key an eye out for any of these vending machines across Appalachia, as they can spawn a Nuka-Cola Quantum.

How to Make a Nuka-Collectron in Fallout 76

Nuka-Cola Collectron Station in Fallout 76.
Image via Bethesda

You can unlock the Nuka-Cola Collectron station by purchasing it from Samuel at The Foundation for 1250 gold bullion. However, you must have a Settlers reputation of Cautious for him to sell it to you. Once unlocked, you can build a Nuka-Cola Collectron station at your C.A.M.P. or workshop. This station will create one Nuka-Cola every 7 minutes and 12 seconds. A Nuka-Cola Collectron station makes it easy to farm any flavors, like Nuka-Cola Quantum, that you may need for time challenges, making it worth the gold bullion grind.

Now that you know where to drink Nuka-Cola Quantum in Fallout 76, you’ll complete your timed challenge and be refreshed while exploring Appalachia. Check out our Fallout 76 hub for more guides like How to Ferment an Alcoholic Beverage so you can complete more timed challenges and add to your tasty drink collection.

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Matthew Kevin Mitchell
Matthew Kevin Mitchell is a freelance writer for GameSkinny and has written in the game journalism industry for over two years. In his previous roles, Matthew primarily covered Manga, like One Piece, horror movies like Scream, and asymmetrical horror games like Dead by Daylight. His favorite moment came during his first press event covering Scream 6. He hails from Denver, Colorado, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Regis University. When he isn’t scaring himself silly or writing, he loves to play goalie in rec ice hockey, spoil his dog Nux, and drink an unhealthy amount of coffee.