This unofficial Fallout 4 game guide provides a role of a world atlas and it means that it focuses entirely on the game's environment and on all of the things you can find in the world's locations. The most important element of this guide are the chapters containing maps. The world atlas offers a high quality world map which has been divided into several smaller sectors. Maps of the sectors have icons informing about the locations which may be unlocked and visited during gameplay. Each location has been described on the map (enemies, treasures, NPC's, potential quests etc.), however more important places have additional descriptions on separates pages of this world atlas. The last part of the map chapter is a page with a world map showing enemy levels. Using this map may be very helpful in finding out where the main character can go without risking an encounter with much more powerful enemies. The next big part of this world atlas are the chapters about the available collectibles. There are two major types of secrets in the game - bobbleheads (small Vault-Tec figurines) and books. Both of them are used to permanently increase the main character's stats or to unlock new perks so knowing where they are is crucial. The final chapters of the world atlas are a little smaller. They offer insight on the locations of the legendary items and on the areas with the most interesting easter eggs. Fallout 4 is a very big role-playing game in which exploring the entire world and gaining possession of all of the best gear may take a hundred hours or even more. Thanks to the maps and the locations descriptions provided by this world atlas you will be able to save a lot of time and visit the areas with the best equipment in the early stages of the game.
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)