In Fallout 76, players have an opportunity to purchase an upgrade from its usual standard edition where they can go to a higher tier which is the TriCentennial Edition.
In addition to the standard game, the TriCentennial Edition comes with extra goodies that may be used in your adventure as you explore, quest, build, and triumph against the Wasteland’s greatest threats. Items such as power armors and costumes are included in the TriCentennial Edition and here’s a guide on how to get them.
How to Redeem the TriCentennial DLC items
As soon as you start the game and have gotten out the Vault 76 to find the Overseer, your journey in redeeming your TriCentennial DLC items will begin.
Those who have not purchased the TriCentennial Edition, they can be purchased in the Atomic Shop, which is an in-game shop. Using the Atoms that you get from either buying the currency with real money or getting them from quests, you can get a lot of cosmetic items that are given out in the TriCentennial Edition.
To get the items that you purchased from the TriCentennial Edition, they must be crafted at your nearest armor or weapon workbench.
For the items such as the Patriotic Uncle Sam Outfit, weapons like the 10MM pistol, Hatchet, Laser Riffle or the T-51 armors, they must be crafted on the workbenches and require specific materials. Though the majority of the DLC items require common materials that can be found easily in the game, they’re the most easiest to craft and can be crafted at the beginning of the game.
Dress Up and Look Unique
Fallout 76 is an online game in which players should expect there will be a lot of cosmetic items that will be available for purchase in the Atomic Shop. Luckily, those who have already purchased the TriCentennial Edition will get a taste on what cosmetic items Bethesda and Zenimax will put up on the store.