Here’s how Artillery works. You can construct the Artillery Emplacement in your C.A.M.P., and then use it while it’s placed. Like the previous artillery, there’s a certain range of use, so you’ll need to pack-up and plop-down your C.A.M.P. when you’re looking to blast some tough critter. You’ll use special Smoke Grenades to target, and then a sustained volley of shells will absolutely nuke anything caught in-range of the explosions.
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To get the Artillery Cannon, you’ll first need to acquire an Artillery Schematic. The schematic can be purchased from a random Vendor — try the Watoga Market Vendor in Cranberry Bog. You can buy the Artillery Schematic for 190 caps.
- NOTE: The Artillery Schematic can also be acquired for free. Follow the main story until you’re able to bypass the laser fence blocking a room in Fort Defiance. The Artillery Schematic is on the desk.
The Artillery Emplacement works just like its Fallout 4 counterpart. Once built and placed, you’ll need to connect it to power. It requires 3 power. When the Artillery is hooked up, you’ll be able to collect extra Smoke Grenades from the crate. The range has been improved, so you’ll be able to launch from far greater distances.
Toss a Smoke Grenade into an unsuspecting group of enemies, wait a few moments, and watch as shells rain down on your enemies. Almost anything will be killed, and you’re free to restock on grenades from the Artillery crate.
Just be aware that the Artillery Cannon is connected to your C.A.M.P., so it can be destroyed if you run off and another player decides to wreck everything. That’s just the breaks when it comes to Fallout 76.