Fo4 tips

Never Run Out Of Ammo

This Fallout 4 glitch is pretty simple and very useful, considering the ammo you need is always hard to come by.

  • Head to Cabot House
  • Once inside, tell your follower to wait (otherwise they’ll just get in the way)
  • Run straight ahead through the door and downstairs
  • There’s a closet once you make your way downstairs, go inside
  • Shut the door behind you, crouch (so nobody detects you)
  • Steal everything from the chest, the safe under the bed, and on top of the wardrobe
  • Now leave the room, leave Cabot House, and fast travel far away (somewhere far like Vault 111)
  • Once you’ve arrived, walk around for about 20 seconds
  • Travel back to Cabot House
  • All of the weapons and ammo have replenished
  • Rinse and repeat!

Unlimited Caps

The most sought-after Fallout 4 glitch in 2020, is a working ‘Unlimited Caps’ glitch. The good news being that there is one, it’s easy to do, and you’ve already achieved it whilst following the ‘Duplicate Resources’ glitch.

  • Open up your workshop
  • choose a store (armour stores are worth the most)
  • Follow the Scrap and Store steps in the ‘Duplicate Resources’ glitch
  • Keep duplicating stores and you’ll have thousands of caps in your workbench

Overlap Items While Building In Workshop Mode

Possibly the easiest Fallout 4 glitch in 2020. Ever find yourself trying to make a perfectly square building, but walls seem to have a mind of their own? Well, this Fallout 4 glitch will sort you right out!

  • Go into your workbench
  • Select a rugs and stack 3 or 4 rugs on top of one another (add more for extra height)
  • Put an object (i.e a wall or jukebox) on top of your stack of rugs
  • After moving the top rug you’ll see that it can be placed anywhere with the object still on top
  • This is a great way to clip walls together when they wouldn’t usually fit

Critical hits never miss.

If there's a powerful enemy far away that a critical hit would likely cripple or kill, target them in VATS and once you begin the firing sequence, hit the critical button. This works especially well with sniper rifles against legendary monsters — and if you do enough damage to kill a legendary monster before it hits the 50 percent threshold, it won't mutate and regain all its health.

Pre-war money is valuable! And it's also junk.

The cap-to-cash exchange rate is extremely high, but watch out — hitting the "dump all junk" button in the workbench will remove your pre-war cash, too, as it breaks down into cloth.

Power Armor is your friend ...

... but batteries are expensive. Explore an area on foot first, and if it looks like a combat-heavy area, fall back, fast-travel to the settlement where you store your Power Armor and get ready to party. Oh, and you store your Power Armor at a settlement, right? Those frames are also very expensive. On that note: Running in Power Armor depletes its fusion core very quickly. Don't do that. Also remember that you can sneak in Power Armor, and one of the more effective means of finding fusion cores is by bringing down enemies wearing Power Armor.

Large debris in settlements is valuable

You can clear debris and many objects, including ruined houses, from your settlements in the workbench view. Not only can you free up space for bigger projects, you can get huge quantities of material like steel and aluminum this way.

You can create display cases.

This isn't as important, but you can build a case to store your bobbleheads, and a magazine rack for your magazines. I just think they look cool.

You can pause — and save — during conversations

If you're determined to successfully use special conversation options, remember that you can now save (and quicksave) during dialogue sections. If you fail your conversation check, you can reload and try again.

Chems (and gear) can make you more charming

Conversation options are unlocked with a higher Charisma score, and you can increase your chances to succeed on your conversation rolls with gear. Sunglasses up your Charisma, as do some suits, and the drug Daytripper gives you a full +3 to your checks. But an important note: You don't get headgear bonuses while wearing a Power Armor helmet. You'll need to unequip the helmet, then re-equip the glasses.