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Fallout 76: Is This Meat Week Community Event Worth Attending In 2024?

Posted: May 22, 2024

In Fallout 76, the Meat Week community event is back in a double helping. It starts on Tuesday, the 21st of May at 12:00 p.m. EST, 5:00 p.m. GMT, and running for 2 weeks until Tuesday, the 4th of June, 12:00 p.m. EST, 5:00 p.m. GMT.

This event differs slightly from others, as there are 2 different events that run simultaneously, called the Graham's Meat-Cook and Primal Cuts. Join me as I walk you through the event guide, highlighting key aspects, providing valuable tips to maximize your experience and showing you some exciting new rewards.

Fallout 76: Is This Meat Week Community Event Worth Attending In 2024?

Graham's Meat-Cook

Throughout the double helping of Meat Week, the main event is titled 'Graham's Meat-Cook' and takes place in the forest region of the map, south of Vault 76 and northwest of the Moonshiner's Shack. Every hour on the hour, completing this event earns you a range of outfits and a ton of different plans, with a whopping 18 new ones added for 2024 that I'll cover shortly.

The main event, Graham's Meat-Cook, is simple to complete. It'll start every hour on the hour and reward some of the most sought-after plans, including the Pepper Shaker and Tenderizer weapons. Don't forget that Graham is also a vendor where you can sell unwanted items, but he also holds a load of unique plans.

Please note there is an additional plan for Chally's feed that is only available during Meat Week from Graham and can be useful for this event. So, make the most of his fixed location to purchase as many of these unique plans as you can afford at the start of the event.

Graham will ask for help with the festivities, where players will need to help with activities like picking greens, cleaning up Chally the moo-moo, and various other tasks. The meter at the top of the screen will gradually fill with each task completed. The rewards at the end will be based on how full the meter is when the event ends.

Primal Cuts

The second event is called 'Primal Cuts', and although not essential to complete, it is very beneficial as you'll earn prime meat on completion that you can exchange for Legendary Scrip. The Primal Cuts events will start every 15 minutes throughout the Meat Week seasonal event and can appear in any three of the 6 regions of Appalachia simultaneously. So, you'll have plenty of opportunities to earn the additional scrip reward.

The event is equally simple - just head to an event location, bang on the drum at the center of the event to begin, and then fight 4 waves of 'Prime' creatures. The creatures vary based on the region, where wave 1 and 2 contains smaller creatures like Wolves and Mongrels, wave 3 has larger creatures assisted by smaller creatures, and the final wave contains a boss supported by both large and small creatures. The boss has a chance to be a legendary creature, and once it's killed, the event will end.

The Primal Cuts events have one other unique aspect: every Prime variant will drop double their standard loot pool. For example, if a Legendary Prime enemy is killed, it will drop 2 Legendary Fallout 76 items.

Therefore, if you're wanting to farm this, it's best to head to the event location based between the Cranberry Glade and the Abandoned Bog Town, as these enemies will have larger loot inventories than most other creatures as standard. The standard reward from this event will be between 3 and 5 Prime meat, 20 caps, and 150 XP.

New Event Rewards

The new rewards introduced for 2024 include plans for various parts of a fossilized megalolinx dinosaur, such as the skull, torso, left leg, right leg, left arm, and right arm. Each of these plans is separate, accompanied by a custom display rack blueprint to showcase them at your camp. While the concept may seem unusual, I'm curious to see the final display's appearance and size.

Additionally, there are plans for a 'Weenie wagon', a contraption designed to dispense canned dog food when constructed at your camp. Other notable plans include a pair of billboards advertising Brahmin flower, a visually appealing Wasteland Hunter backpack blueprint, and 6 new plushie plans. These plushies encompass a ground meat plushie and its rotted variant, a steak plushie and its rotted variant, and a rib plushie and its rotted variant.


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