This unofficial game guide for Fallout 4 is in fact a very big strategy guide dedicated for Bethesda's enormous RPG. Our strategy guide offfers more than a dozen different chapters. It covers both the basic elements of the game as well as more advanced topics. The initial chapters of the guide contain information on the controls for all three gaming platforms and a list of basic hints which should help out in starting out the campaign without any serious issues. A very important part of this strategy guide is a chapter on the main character. This chapter explains how the basic statistics work and it also tells how to develop your character in the game (starting builds, leveling up, best perks etc.). Chapters further in the guide are about the various mechanics of the game. You can find out more about exploring the world, engaging in combat, interacting with friendly characters, hacking terminals, opening locks, using the Pip-Boy, joining factions, doing some crafting and many other useful things. The next part of the strategy guide contains two large chapters about the companions (list of all available allies, areas where they can be recruited, their strong and weak points) and frequently asked questions (how to earn a lot of bottlecaps fast, where to find a good weapons and armor etc.). The final chapters of the strategy guide are mostly about maintaing settlements and earning achievements. Fallout 4 is a very big role-playing game published by Bethesda. Players in the game visit a postapocalyptic world where one wrong decision can lead to the quick death of the main character. Using this strategy guide should greatly reduce the risk of a sudden, unwanted end.
Colours used in our guide
- The brown color was used to mark unique friendly characters you can talk to. It also marks some of the more important enemies you have to defeat as a part of ongoing quests.
- The blue color was used to highlight the names of the locations you visit during the game. The names in our guide are the same as the ones displayed on the world map.
- The green color was used to inform about the important items you can find in the game's world, receive from the NPC's as rewards or buy from the merchants.
- The orange color was used to mark the situations where relying on a certain perk is required to perform a more advanced activity like opening a complex lock or persuading an NPC to do something for the main character.
Additionally we've used the bold font to mark the quest titles.
Jacek "Stranger" Halas, Patrick "YxU" Homa, Patryk Greniuk (www.gamepressure.com)