In a game such as Fallout 4, bugs are inevitable. Naturally, some patches will be needed to fix the game up to scratch. And thankfully, PC gamers will be able to beta-test that patch for console players.
Reading material is more than just glossy paper in an age that is sorely bereft of two-ply comforts. It’s a gateway to improving your vault dweller, upping their skills and making them a lean and mean bartering machine! Here’s where you can find some word power in the wasteland of Fallout 4.
Bottle caps is where its at in Fallout 4. You’ll need plenty of them jingling and jangling in your skin-tight pockets as you make your way through the game. But it’d be nice to have an endless supply of the stuff. And that’s easy!
I’ve been really trying baby! Trying to hold onto this feeling for so long! But if you feel, like I feel sugar…then come on, let’s get it on! The nuclear dust may have settled, but it looks like some people still need companionship after civilisation has crumbled. In Fallout 4, you can do just that, as you earn friends with benefits. And by benefits, I mean extra damage and quicker hacking perks, you perves.
Once again, bobble-heads are back in Fallout. They’re well worth collecting if you spot them, as they’ll give your vault dweller a boost to a specific aspect. There’s 20 to collect in Fallout 4, so where are they? Why, right here in this guide.
Fallout 4 is here, and Bethesda is adding some old-school charm to some new-school ideas with their biggest release of the year. Which also includes cheats, in case you want to set a speed-run record or just get past a nasty boss. And hey, I won’t judge you. Here’s how you can earn your Cheetah spots in Fallout 4.
The proof is in the irradiated pudding, and you can’t judge a game solely by screenshots that some smeg-head tossed up one morning. With Fallout 4 just around the corner, Bethesda decided to shed some details on the Creation Engine that powers it.
For many of you, next week is your first taste of Fallout. A whole new world as Aladdin sung about on his discount carpet, one filled with mutants, sand, malfunctioning robots and even more sand. So where do we begin? Why, with this handy primer of course!