Video: The Silver Shroud costume was one of the best gags in Fallout 4, and Bethesda has been keen to keep the joke going in all the DLC, including the latest instalment, Nuka World. Let me tell you, the lines are excellent.
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Using Fallout 4's Contraption Workshop DLC, UpIsNotJump has gone and made about the most Rube Goldbergy machine imaginable within the confines of the game's engine.
The closed beta for Fallout 4 mod support on PS4 is looming, with part of the effort involving updates to the game's world-building Creation Kit. The latest improvements arrived last Wednesday and included an interesting tidbit — crafters will need to link their Steam and Bethesda accounts together in order to upload mods.
Earlier today, Bethesda announced that a special virtual reality version of Fallout 4 was coming to the HTC Vive. Which seemed a weird thing to say, since not many games are ever announced just for that particular VR platform.
Between Days of Future Past and Apocalypse, Evan Peters' Quicksilver has swiftly established himself as a cornerstone of the X-Men movie universe. YouTuber Ez pays tribute to the speedster by recreating his latest heroic music video in Fallout 4.
Xbox One owners can now download mods for Fallout 4. There are 885 available already and the servers for the game's creators at Bethesda seem to be struggling to keep up. The most popular mod for the game on Xbox One is a cheat menu that lets you add caps and stimpacks. That's currently a little more popular than "Busty Enhanced Vanilla Body replacer". There are cat mods and gun mods, too, of course.
There are two ways you can cosplay as a Fallout vault survivor. One is how they appear in the actual game world. The other is how they're depicted in the series' pin-up posters.
The Commonwealth has been thoroughly mapped by intrepid adventurers already, but with the new DLC, Fallout 4 players now have an entirely new landmass to mine and explore.
Most players attempting Fallout 4's Survival mode will just get their arse kicked in a tough-as-nails struggle to survive. One player, however, has already managed to beat the entire thing on a single life. Funnily enough, the toughest challenge Kyle Hinckley faced along the way wasn't something like starvation or damage, but rather a nearly catastrophic glitch.
Marcy Long is a standoffish arsehole who immediately tells the player how much he or she sucks. This probably explains why all the top Google results for her name are some variation of "screw Marcy Long" or "what the hell is up with Marcy, man?" And now, with the release of Fallout 4's new DLC, some players are trying to get payback against her.