Bethesda’s Fallout 4 Has Lots of Junk… To Build Weapons With

Bethesda's Fallout 4 Has Lots of Junk... To Build Weapons With

Bethesda has teasing a lot of their highly anticipated game, Fallout 4. It’s one of those videogames wherein you collect scrap lying around then using it to help you fight monsters and other enemies in a post-apocalyptic nuclear setting. That’s pretty much the whole premise of the upcoming game, and gamers all over the world can’t wait to get their hands on it.

What makes a good game is its mechanics should not be a “one trick pony.” Meaning, shooters don’t just shoot throughout the entirety of the game, and building simulators don’t just let you, well, build. In this latest addition to Bethesda’s lineup of games, the new installment to Fallout will let gamers build their own home, collect parts for weapons, then use them to shoot monsters with it.

Gamers Around the Globe Are Waiting at the Edge of Their Seats For A Copy of Fallout 4

Fallout 4 game director, Todd Howard, said in a recent interview that nothing in the game will be “worth two caps.” What he means is nearly everything in the game can be picked up and brought back to your in-game home to reinforce, or create, weapons. Furthermore, those “junk” lying around can also be made to build you a better stronghold, which is technically your home.

One of the game’s features is that human raiders can get into your home’s vicinity and steal stuff from you. So while you’re out exploring the vast majorities of the wasteland, you’ll raiders will be able to get inside your stronghold to try and steal all the “junk” and “trash” that you’ve worked so hard in collecting. Not to worry as some of the items that you’ve gathered will allow you to build automatons, or unmanned weapons to help fend off unwanted people, or other things, from taking your loot.

Other than collecting those items, you can sell them for Caps, which is the currency for the game. the game director said that a player would traditionally just pick up just about everything and try to sell it. However, in this new Fallout game, players may have to think otherwise as what they’ve picked up might be useful for weapon, armor, or even house parts.

The release date for Fallout 4 is set for the 10th of November but the gaming company says that they will continue supporting the game with updates and bug fixes even after the game’s release.


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