Showing posts with label map. Show all posts
Showing posts with label map. Show all posts

January 14, 2016

Get all the Bobbleheads in Fallout 4!

I know many of you have found plenty of Bobbleheads in Fallout 4 on your own, but to find all 20 of them can be a bit frustrating. The idea of the bobbleheads being a piece of exclusive Vault-Tec merchandise is supported by a computer terminal found within Vault-Tec HQ, in Fallout 3. The computer provides a list of 'orderable' merchandise such as clothing and Lunchboxes, but when a bobblehead is requested the terminal reports that they are only available to executive staff.

As in Fallout 3, in Fallout 4, each bobblehead increases a corresponding S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stat permanently by one. Bobbleheads that previously increased a skill, now grant a permanent unique perk. Taking a bobblehead while your stat is at 10 allows that stat to increase to 11.

June 06, 2015

Fallout 4: Map Size and Location Analysis

Once again, Fallout community has proven to have the greatest fans one game series can possibly have. The pre-war team known as The Pre-War Hub on YouTube, featuring MrMattyPlays, done an extremely good research job with the in-depth analysis of Fallout 4 Map, giving the most plausible locations that were unknown in the trailer, and possible map size of Fallout 4, such as Vault 111, The Nuke Site, and the "garage".

They even got the rough estimate of the map size of Fallout 4, for which they say it will be around 30 square miles, double that of Skyrim's 14.6 square miles. With Bethesda claiming they are out to reinvent the open world genre, and with a new engine under the hood, I think that the map of Fallout 4 could be even three times bigger than the one from Skyrim. You can check that under Fallout 4 Gameplay Features (leaked) article.


The Imgur user SlendyIsBehindYou and the rest of the group posted interesting, in-depth breakdown of the map locations shown above, using various modern "tricks" while analyzing the Official Fallout 4 Trailer. The best way for you to see how they got to the map locations and size is to check the Fallout 4 map layout and locations post on Imgur.

What's left for you is to check the video of in-depth analysis of the most plausible locations and map size and of Fallout 4 below:


Fallout 1, 2 Tactics, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Fallout 4