One Guy Is Documenting Every Secret Fallout 4 Location

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Even if you’ve spent hundreds of hours within Fallout 4, chances are pretty slim that you’ll see everything within the game. There are hundreds of smaller locales hiding within the Commonwealth, all of which aren’t actually marked on your Pip-Boy’s map.

One YouTuber, The LAWD, has spent the last few months visiting every single one of these lesser-known areas in Fallout 4. Better yet, he’s uploading the entire journey on YouTube, and you can watch it here.

Looking through the videos, I’m amazed at how much is crammed in the game in the first place, nevermind all the stories these areas quietly tell. Did you know there was an underwater stash right near the starting area of the game, for example? That’s one of many things that are easy to miss in Fallout 4. Here are some more, courtesy of The LAWD’s video series.


Raider graves

Just because raiders are murderous assholes doesn’t mean they don’t have feelings!

ArcJet Engine Transport

One of the more...explosive...hidden locations in Fallout 4.

Pulowski Preservation Shelter Cluster

I’m sad that the Port-A-Diner wasn’t enough to save these poor fools.

Roadside Store

Traders have it tough.

I also spoke to The Lawd about his YouTube series, and he told me a little bit about his favorite spots along the way. You can watch them below, along with his descriptions.


Old Caravan Trailer

“The Fanciest place I have found thus far, owner was probably long dead, however she/he left a beefy sentry bot that is guarding one of the best food items in the game, a Deathclaw Steak.”


Canister Launch Shack

“You can launch the explosive propane tanks into the air for an explosive result!”


Protectron Trailer

“This location is more of a sad one, it seemed a couple decided the only way out was to just kill themselves, you only notice this however when you find all the skull fragments showing the guy had shot himself in the head.”


Car Tree Camp

“There are a few dead settlers alongside a Literal Car Tree, one of the weirder visual finds in the Commonwealth!”


Scavenger’s Trailer

“This place is purely useful on the fact Psychotats can be purchased from two vendors with a random occurrence within the game, this is the only place in the game you can find this drug it is found physically no where else.”


Right now, The Lawd is uploading about two videos a day, and he’s about a third of the way through all the secondary locations in the game. You can keep up with his exploration here. I have a feeling the best is yet to come, given that he hasn’t gotten to The Glowing Sea just yet.

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why do the bethesda RPG maps have to be so crappy? I say this as someone who geeks out over a good descriptive map and all the maps in the elder scrolls and fallout games look like barely readable crap.