Fallout 76 Copper Deposit Locations - How to Get Copper

Copper in FO76 is one of many crafting materials you can find in the game. To get copper in Fallout 76, there are many different ways that you can go about it. You can salvage it from various items by scrapping them, or by finding copper deposits in Fallout 76. Our Fallout 76 Copper Deposit Locations – How to Get Copper guide is going to show you the different ways of how to get copper in FO76, as well as where to find the deposits.

Fallout 76 How to Get Copper - Copper Deposit Locations
Fallout 76 Copper Deposit Locations – How to Get Copper

How to Get Copper in FO76?

To get copper in Fallout 76, there are several ways that you can approach the problem. The first and likely easiest method is to scrap light bulbs. There are dozens of them strewn all across the map, and you’ll always get a little bit of copper. Not much, but it’s pretty reliable. Option number two are old fuses. You can scrap them and get some copper and glass. Again, old fuses are all over the place, and they’re a decent source of copper.

Lastly, we have the copper deposits. These location can give you the largest amounts of copper; way more than light bulbs and fuses, to be sure. However, copper deposits are not as bountiful, so you kinda have to work harder to suss them out. We’re gonna go more into that in a little bit. Anyway, once you come across a copper deposit, if you hover over it, the game will tell you that it’s indeed a copper deposit. All that’s left then is to mine it, and get your copper.

Remember that you can always track a crafting material that you need. This will basically highlight anything that contains the tracked material for you. That way, it becomes much easier to spot it; not to mention that some items might have what you’re looking for, and you didn’t know about.

Where to find Fallout 76 Copper Deposit Locations?

To find copper deposits in Fallout 76, you’re gonna have to go looking for them in the overworld. There are several such locations that you can go visit. One is to the left of the bridge leading on the Overseer Camp, on the nearby rocks. Another place you can look is near the lake northeast of the Ash Heap region, on the south bank of the lake (map and screenshot provided below).

There are more copper deposits out there in Fallout 76, and we’ll make sure to update this guide further as we discover more of them. If you need more help with crafting in Fallout 76, you can check out some of our other guides. Among others, we’ve got Adhesive Locations – Where to Find, Aluminum Locations – Where to Find, and Gears Locations – How to Get.

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    York

    There’s no copper deposit by that bridge you mention. When are you going to update this?

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      Tsuchida

      They are there, just go a bit north from the bridge near the Overseer’s C.A.M.P location. There are three nodes on the east bank among some rocks.

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    G.walls

    Found the cooper ore but when I go to fix my sword it says 0 cooper even when it shows in my inventory.

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      Nanarchy

      You have to smelt the ore at a chemistry station. Then it becomes scraps you can craft/repair with.

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    Spice

    It would be great if you updated this.
    Ive found two more : South of Creamery (on top of hill) and East of temple.. off to Nth side fo first bend.

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      Gosu No0b

      After today’s patch that made the game unplayable for me we’ve decided to abandon all work on FO76

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