In this week’s episode of The Save Files, we take a look at one of Fallout’s most outlandish factions: the Church of Atom. At first, everything about the Atom’s religion sounds completely nuts...that is, until you play the Far Harbor DLC.
Earlier this year, Bethesda announced plans to allow mods for Fallout 4 and the upcoming Skyrim remaster on PS4 and Xbox One, an unprecedented move that made console RPG fans very happy. But now, embarrassingly, it looks like mods will be an Xbox exclusive.
Preston Garvey is famed for sending players on endless settlement liberation quests. Often, these settlements will be threatened by raiders. Incidentally, the latest Fallout 4 DLC lets you become a raider. You see where this is going, yes?
The first thing you need to do in Fallout 4, obviously, is find a decent weapon. The Wasteland is a deadly, dangerous place and to survive, you’ll need to defend yourself. Make it through that first fight, though, and you’ll soon need to find something else: Food.
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 installment, Nuka World. Let me tell you, the lines are excellent.
Two months ago, Redditor NoohjXLVII wrote a post thanking Bethesda for Fallout 4, which helped take his mind off family tragedy.
Everyone knows that Fallout 4's last big DLC will let you be a jerk, but now we finally have a sense of what kind of dick you can be. Judging by Bethesda’s description, the possibilities are exciting.
This is a treat. Ilya Nazarov is a senior concept artist at Bethesda, and we’re about to take a look at some art from Fallout 4 (and its expansions).
Marcy Long is infamous for being the least liked character in the entirety of the Commonwealth. She also used to be marked as an essential character, meaning that the game wouldn’t let you get rid of her, no matter what you did.
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 tensions between the modding community and Bethesda continue to rise this week, with a prominent modder claiming that the developers took heavy inspiration from his Fallout: New Vegas mod without giving him any credit.
Streamer T Ronix set himself a pretty tough challenge: to beat Fallout 4 without being hit even once. Oh, and without using chems, power armour or companions (unless the story mandated it) either. If he got hit or broke those rules, he’d have to go right back to the start.
The beta for mods for the PS4 version of Fallout 4's has been delayed, Bethesda said today. No word on a new release date.
Fallout New Vegas is now backwards compatible on Xbox One, which is great timing really, because this summer heat sure does make me wish for a nuclear winter.
The new Fallout 4 Contraptions Workshop DLC just dropped today, and people have been quick to put it to good use. And by “good” I mean “kiiiind of evil.”
The most famous mod for both Fallout and Skyrim has to be Caliente’s Beautiful Bodies Enhancer (CBBE), the enhancement known for making Bethesda games synonymous with naked ladies. You won’t find it on consoles, however. There’s a reason for that.
One of the biggest complaints fans had about Fallout 4 was that most of the time, the game only let you be a good guy/girl. Judging from what Bethesda has cooking, however, it seems that they are actually listening.
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.