- Fallout 4 one year settlement build
I think your settlement may defy the laws of physicsID: gqrdrrcID: gqt37h5
Like JengaID: gqthr6y
Why? What's with all the sky builds?
I hope you got the 100% happiness trophy... it's the reason I don't have the platinum for it.ID: gqqqees
Ya I got the platinum years agoID: gqsaasc
Whats settlement is this? Nvm i scrolled farther and saw its the castle
I got the starter neighbourhood pretty fucking huge build
Every house having its own purpose and a huge wall with big gun turrets everywhereID: gqr1x51
This was the last trophy I got for the plat. It was a slog but there are guides on old reddit posts for how to do it.ID: gqqqr2u
If I recall that had to do with getting all the settlers to be happy. If that's all you have to get dust it back off and look at the YouTube trophy video for the easy trophy. It takes less then an hour. We'll worth the platID: gqs3bow
The way I did it was catching loads of cats. The rest of my settlement was woeful, but I had about 30 cats and quite a few shops, that did the trick.ID: gqs68uh
You should get another achievement for successfully herding cats.ID: gqscp2a
I read there are ways to earn that trophy using only 2 settlers.ID: gqt1o77
I did it with 1 settler. I used the Kingsport safe house, built a lv 3 restaurant, put a bed in the house and stocked the workbench with mutfruit. Visited him twice, waited in the chair that was already there for 48 hrs, achievement popped. Took less than an hour.
I can't even get walls to line upID: gqrp420
Any mods?ID: gqqj54e
No mods no add onsID: gqqn056
Wait then how did you add so much stuff? Isn't there a limit?ID: gqqleyr
Very well done, definitely recommend some mods if you enjoy the building aspect part. One reason why i liked 4, but lots hated it for some reason
Oh my god I fear for you having a save corruption
Looks good and lifeless. The sad part about fallout settlementsID: gqs794j
My 22 settlers are in the valley of the castle working on crops and everyone has a shop. At night, they sit on all the bar stools in the castle, sleep, and sit in my beach area. This video was taken at 5pm. By 8 they are everywhere.ID: gqrbdxk
Lifeless? With 10-15 people in a medium sized settlment, going about their assigned duties, I think its far from lifeless. Mind you, my comparisons of other games where you can build relly large bases are No Man's Sky and Minecraft - and there you have zero NPCs other than animals. Are there other games where you build your own base, that become much more lively or busy?ID: gqre1g9
Are there other games where you build your own base, that become much more lively or busy?
This makes me want to play TropicoID: gqt2x6o
There really aren’t any games that do exactly this, so sadly we’re kinda stuck with Fallout for now - but it does feel lifeless to me as well. Better than the alternative but I’ve never thought fallout npcs were that “lifelike” after their main missions are done. It’s probably just a video game thing but I’m waiting for the day we get literally anything similarID: gqretup
True, the building in Fallout I thought was pretty fun and an exciting new aspect. Too bad the npc’s don’t take advantage of it.
Having been engrossed in fo76 the past two years, and fully addicted to constantly updating my current C.AM.P. setup in that game, I'm floored by the magnitude of this. I guess I just forgot that there was no budget? Or am I remembering incorrectly? The fo76 C.A.M.P. budget is the bane of my existence right now. I'm constantly scrapping something so I can add something different.ID: gqrmt8z
There was a budget but due to it being single player was much larger
That is insanely impressive. I thought it was bad I dumped a day or so in the game trying to make a two story house and have it properly lit.
I wish I could build a cool build TvTID: gqqpjz9
Anything possible. If you have the time...
Gravity be like
How does it run on the ps5?ID: gqrtebh
All I could build was a shed with a painting of a cat; I’m so impressed. Well done!!
That’s nice and all. But there is another settlement that needs your help. I marked it on your map.
I can't even build five houses without my game save acting up.
Your controller has a screenshot button. It's right there.
Is Fallout 4 anything like death Stranding? Looking for a game to play over the weekend. Is it scary? Huge wimp. I don’t mind preparing fir battle but random jump out shoot monsters I’m horrible at.
Thanks everyone who responded! Actually sounds like Fallout is way up my alley. I have a weekend free to get into the core game without interruptions but love a long game with interesting side quests and survival aspects.
FO4 is a combined role playing + combat game. Death Stranding is... well it is what it is but it's definitely not a role playing game.
Stories and the world are much more broad, varied and well rooted in FO4. It does not really contain any jumpscares or horror per se, even though some combat encounters can be a little intense. The game allows for many different playstyles, especially for dialogue and combat.
As you progress you can "prepare for battle" better and better I guess, but with building your own character and choosing your path, the battle parts will not be the main focus of the game (even though it's always present).
As you progress you can "prepare for battle" better and better I guess
By prepare for battle, do you mean finding a 50cal sniper rifle with +100% headshot damage, +100% damage on first shot and fires 2 bullets at once? That and an abundance of fusion cores made dying near impossible half way through the game
No jump scares or horror? Someone hasn't been to Salem
There’s a lot more to fallout 4 than DS, although the aspect of main quest + small quests is similar. Although I enjoyed both games tremendously, I found fallout 4 side quests to be far more entertaining. You also get to build settlements so in a sense it’s like.. sims lol just a tad. If you want, that’s optional. You can also have a romantic partner in fallout versus in DS you don’t build relationships that way. I’d compare fallout 4 to skyrim in terms of what the game offers just different setting. All my personal opinion of course. Hope this helps!
It's really as simple as describing the game as Skyrim/Morrowind but a post apocalyptic future with technology that you'd find in a 1950s sci fi novel
Super helps. Enjoyed Skyrim.
I haven’t played death stranding. But fallout is very open world and at some points “scary” but nothing hugely scary. Jump out and shoot stuff is just random. Ghouls for instance. but most of it is straight forward shoot em. And fallout isn’t a weekend game. It’s easily 100s of hours. Just my opinion but it’s easily worth 20 bucks (what I paid on sale for the whole game and dlc) and mods make it better for some of them anyways lol need to give it a run on my ps5
It's nothing like Death Stranding.
Open world action/rpg with branching storylines. The game has mutants and freaky looking creatures but nothing creepy or anxiety inducing like some moments in Death Stranding
I have played FO3 FO New Vegas And FO4 but stopped because I didn’t have time like I used to.... so Fallout is definitely not a weekend game unless you do main quests only
But what makes fallout, fallout is the history and side stories that you discover when playing it... this is why I’ll eventually get back to it some day
I’m actually playing DS now and compared to FO4, DS is very linear.... there is just so much more to do in FO4 compared to DS
As for scariness, it just depends... will you venture out at night in a big wasteland while discovering different characters/creatures and places in FO4? The daytime isn’t bad at all.... DS has a very different feel and creepiness to it as it’s a kojima game, I think both games aren’t scary at all but I’d say you’d have more surprises and intensity playing fallout when it comes to battles
Interesting. I’m terrible at battles but I outsource all battles to my 10 year old in exchange for roblox money.
Fallout 4 is nothing like death stranding. Not sure you could compare anything to death stranding.
If you've never played a fallout game I'd suggest starting with F3 and move on to New Vegas. F4 isn't bad but it's the weaker one of the lot imo.
My settlements were always a tiny structure at the bottom with a single staircase extending towards the sky that supports an entire village at the top