Gold Bullion is a major currency in which to buy Fallout 76. You can get the final amount of the game every week with the game. One of the methods you get is to offer your hard-earned NPC caps named Smiley, and the other way is to transfer your cash bills to specific places in the game. With these methods, you can start earning gold bars after completing quests in the primary Wastelanders quest line. So if you have enough gold bars, what will you do with them?
There are three gold bar sellers you can visit to exchange this currency and earn various rewards.
- The first is in the crater, which is located on the north side of the map. It’s west of Prickett’s Fort. You need to talk to Mortimer, who is in the Crater Core building, which leads underground.
- The second is in the Foundation, which is located in the southern part of the map. It’s at Spruce Knob Camp. You need to talk to Samuel, who is at a sign showing where you have to go to find the main subway elevator in HQ and guest rooms.
- The third is in Vault 79, located on the northeast side of the map. It’s east of the Bailey Family Cabin. You have to talk to Regs, who’s underground, to the left of where you enter the vault, and he’s standing next to Slick.
Each of them is associated with a faction in the respective area. The more reputation the faction has with members of the area, the more items you can purchase from a Gold Bullion dealer. Fractional reputation is essential to trying to get higher level items from any vendors, so don’t forget any tasks to constantly increase your relationship with them.
Buying these resellers often takes a lot of time. You have to spend time working on your daily faction assignments, attending public events and earning enough hats every week to talk to Smiley about his gold bars. He only has 300 ingots for you every week, but after buying all of them you have to wait for the next one.
The fourth seller to be added to the Gold Bullion spin is Minerva. He has a chance to appear in Fort Atlas, Foundation or The Crater. Appears only during two events: Minervino emporium and Minervin big sale. Unlike other Gold Bullion retailers, Minerva’s inventory revolves as it travels between locations. The Minerva Emporium promotion runs from Monday to Wednesday and the Minerva big discount with exclusive discounts runs from Thursday to Monday.