Fallout 76: How to Get the Strangler Heart Power Armor?

Strangler Heart Power armor is one of the few pieces of Fallout 76 armor that cannot be obtained by trading with other players. Instead, you’ll have to put in some effort to get your hands on this armor. You’ll get a lot out of this power armor because it has a lot of impressive advantages for those who wear it. Whether or not you have what it takes to wear this suit of nature and technology is the real question.

Fallout 76: How to Get the Strangler Heart Power Armor

How to Get the Strangler Heart Power Armor in Fallout 76?

The Vault 94 raids used to be a good source for the Strangler Heart power armor plans before the Wastelanders update. After the update, the developers shut down the vault and made it so that the blueprints must be purchased from Regs in Vault 79 in order to continue using them. The cost of the plans is as follows:

  • Helmet: 1,650 Gold Bullion
  • Torso: 1,250 Gold Bullion
  • Left Arm: 1,000 Gold Bullion
  • Right Arm: 1,000 Gold Bullion
  • Left Leg: 1,000 Gold Bullion
  • Right Leg: 1,000 Gold Bullion

The Strangler Heart Power Armor comes with a price tag of just under 7,000 Gold Bullion when purchased as a whole. Assembling this will take some time, so be sure to stock up on Gold Bullion as often as you can.

What are the Benefits of Strangler Heart Power Armor in Fallout 76?

With the Strangler Heart Power armor, you’ll be able to avoid fall damage and increase your damage, energy, and radiation resistance, just like other power armor in the game.

Besides increasing your defenses, this set of power armor also boosts your attack power. As long as you wear the Strangler Heart power armor, all of your melee attacks inflict acid damage.

In addition, you will emit acid in such a way that it damages nearby enemies as well. In a desolate landscape, even a small amount of damage can go a long way.

Well, that’s all we have here about how players can get their hands on the Strangler Heart Power armor in Fallout 76. We hope this guide helped you. If you liked this, make sure to check out how to get the Solar Armor in Fallout 76 and the Best Fallout: New Vegas Mods.

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