I rarely get hyped, but Fallout 4 has me drinking the kool-aid. When I actually had time I decided to squeeze in a bit of fun design and plot out a quick fun project centered around Fallout 4. I wanted to make a really simple, stupid Fallout 4 Walkthrough that people could have fun looking at for a minute or two. So here goes.
AS A NOTE : I have received a ton of feedback regarding this “walkthrough”. I caught a lot of flak regarding how this is not the way the game is meant to be played. I rustled a LOT of jimmies with this graphic. The beauty of Fallout 4 is that you will be able to play any fashion you choose. Perhaps I went a little bit too “bad guy” for this walkthrough. I will be amending this to include different style character that you can play through, and tips for each of them. Stay tuned to see more Fallout 4 Walkthrough graphics that will include characters like “The Scientist” “The Saint” “The Madman” ect.
Let’s face it. Walking out of a sheltered vault and into the wasteland can be a bit of an experience. So I’ve put together this Fallout 4 Guide. If you have no qualms about skipping the moral high road to survive, this is a good set of rules. For Fallout veterans this may be common sense, but it’s been a while, and war never changes.
Caps are life, and everything is worth something. That rusty butterknife might be worth one cap, but you never know when you will bump into a trader. If a merchant or homeowner dont happen to be there, or have their back turned. Consider it free. Just dont get caught.
Kill That NPC
Sneaking up on a neutral NPC and using VATS on the back of his head may not seem very sportmanlike, but I bet that vault suit is stinky after sitting in storage for several hundred years. Besides, It’s not like he was part of a quest, right? Almost every player is anxious to swap out their starting weapon and armor for bigger and better gear, and getting the drop on these harmless NPCs is the best way to do it. Oh hell, you’ll probably do more than one playthrough anyway, these ancillary characters aren’t that important.
Save Your Meds
If you’ve been following the first tip, you should be carrying enough food to feed a small city. Eat that crap and save your meds for when the going gets really tough. Remember that time you bumped into 10 cazadores without stimpacks or buffout? Yeah, I do.
Follow the Main Quest
I typically save the main quest for later in the game, but my playstyle is also a bit bizarre. If you’re looking to gear up quickly without much risk, follow that main quest. Plenty of AI teammates will help you through firefights and the quests typically lead you to major towns with some of the biggest experience bonuses awarded in the game.
Warning : Do Not Enter
Deathclaw Fortress may sound like a cool place to explore, but unless you fancy becoming a steaming pile of mutant feces, bookmark it to stock up and level first. If you don’t feel confident entering an area, save early and save often. There’s no point wasting all your resources to search one area.