While exploring their furnished Vault 88, a Fallout 4 player discovers that their settlement is active despite being visibly uninhabited.
Bethesda Softworks introduced settlements to the Fall universe with Fallout 4, and since its release, players have created their ideal post-apocalyptic homes in the Commonwealth of Boston. A Fallout 4 fan with a built settlement discovered a strange detail in their Vault 88 as the large area appears to be inhabited by an unseen entity.
Reddit user No-Atmosphere-4145 recently shared a clip of one of their colonies to Fallout 4, which has a cleaner look than more run-down places like Sanctuary Hills, Starlight Drive-In, or The Slog. The settlement that the No-Atmosphere-4145 clip focuses on is Vault 88, which is unlocked by completing quests in the Vault-Tec Workshop DLC. Players who buy the Fallout 4 The Season Pass will have access to Vault-Tec Workshop and therefore to Vault 88 in addition to the content offered in Automatron, Wasteland Workshop, Far Harbor, Contraptions Workshop and Nuka-World.
The music video for No-Atmosphere-4145 begins with the Fallout 4 player taking a seat in a bar in Sound Vault 88 next to a Nuka-World poster and baseball player statue in a brightly lit room. the Fallout 4 The player is then shown a living room located in a corner of the room which includes several pre-war comforts like a television, four chairs, and a radio. No-Atmosphere-4145 then heads down one of the multiple hallways connecting the many rooms of Vault 88 and is surprised to see objects moving around in a room at the end of the hallway with no NPCs nearby.
Approaching a weight bench, which appears to be used in the Fallout 4 Vault-tec workshop locale, No-Atmosphere-4145 activates VATS multiple times to show that there are no invisible NPCs in their training room. The weights continue to rise and fall as Fallout 4 player enters the room and shows the normality of other nearby objects. The room features several lockers, Power Cycle 1000, a pommel horse, a basketball hoop above a sign that reads “work hard” and a water fountain near a bench, with several posters covering the walls.
There are a total of 30 Fallout 4 Buildable colonies in the base version of the Bethesda Softworks RPG, with seven additional locations offered through add-on content. Because No-Atmosphere-4145 used VATS to confirm that the items in their Vault 88 were not manipulated by colonists who had taken a Stealthboy to become invisible, it is currently unknown what causes the items in their Vault 88 move on their own. ok, but it may be an animation bug. While some Fallout 4 players may seek to replicate this haunted colony in their own games, others like No-Atmosphere-4145 may lament the remaining empty slot inhabited by something unseen.
Fallout 4 is available now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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