Repair your items to full durability by using Repair Kits! But, how do you get these handy-dandy tools?
It’s important to start of by saying that you cannot make or craft repair kits in Fallout 76. I say this because most of you are probably here to see exactly that, but, sadly, it doesn’t work that way.
You can get repair kits only from the Atomic Shop. Well, that’s true but we must distinguish between two types of repair kits, i.e. regular ones and improved repair kits which cannot be bought at the Atomic Shop.
About Repair Kits – Fallout 76
As I said, they will repair any of your items, and get you that juicy 100% durability on the item. The improved ones will actually get you 150% instead of the measly 100%.
One thing to note is that these items are single-use, and cannot under any circumstance be used multiple times.
If you want to buy basic repair kits, you’ll need to look out how you buy them. In other words, make sure that before you go into the Atomic Shop, you were logged in on the character on which you want the repair kits to go to.
This is because once you buy them, they go to the last played character. They can’t be traded with other players, dropped, or sold by vendors.
As for the improved repair kits, they can’t be bought, but only acquired from Scorchbeast Queen. For now, this is the only way to get them, but future updates might change this.
How to Use Repair Kits – Fallout 76
- Open up Pip-Boy.
- Find an item which you would like to repair.
- Choose “Inspect or Repair” feature.
- Pick a repair kit that you would like to use.
That’s all you need to know about repair kits and how to use them in Fallout 76. Sadly, these are not obtainable through crafting which was widely believed.