Nuka World. You cannot go that way. :: Fallout 4 Discussions générales

The Nuka World DLC for Fallout 4 allows the lone survivor to experience life as a raider overlord. You will be able to control the entire park and its three raider factions, the Operators, the Pack, and the Disciples, once you have completed the gauntlet, which is a challenge in and of itself. For new players, this can be a little overwhelming, so I’m here to walk you through the positives, negatives, and ugly aspects of Nuka World.

The Good Ending to Nuka World & Why You Should Get It – Fallout 4

You must click on the quest “All Aboard” if you receive a boundary warning and are unable to enter Nuka World. After a short while, the message will reset, and your quest will update to direct you to the Nuka-World Transit Center south of Sanctuary.

Fallout 4: Nuka-World DLC guide – Star Cores, Hidden Cappy signs, endings and more

Fallout 4: Nuka-World adds an even bigger landmass than Far Harbor, which was itself a record size for Bethesda, so theres plenty to see and do.

The self-contained story is clearly marked, and finding new items is not difficult, but if you’re determined to make the most of Fallout 4: Nuka-World, we have what you need.

We hope to have something to help you, whether you’re looking for Star Cores to get the power armor you found in Star Control, hunting down Hidden Cappy signs for Sierra, pondering what to do with your gangs in The Grand Tour, searching for some new perks, or simply looking through what’s available in the DLC before purchasing.

We’ll begin by giving a general overview of the quests in Fallout 4: Nuka-World, then move on to the three main categories of collectibles that are made available by the expansion, before gathering all the other fun stuff, including the new companion, perks, equipment, and enemies.

You can use the navigation box to quickly jump to the section you want. If you’re looking for more general information on Bethesda’s post-nuclear epic, check out our much larger Fallout 4 guide, which includes this chapter.

The Galactic Zone:

This is my personal favorite, The Galactic Zone. A futuristic setting filled with awesome places to explore, including a space walkthrough simulator, a robot battle zone, and the Interstellar theater

When you enter this location, you will see a good number of dead bodies lying on the ground. A holotape is on one of the bodies, Tiana Alston. You will be instructed to find the star control mainframe after reading the holotape.

Be warned that once you enter the Galactic Zone, numerous, numerous robots will start shooting at you from all directions. You are welcome to destroy them or pass through them as you travel to Starport Nuka (which will be indicated on your pip-boy). When you arrive, a massive mainframe system with no Star Cores will be visible. One of these cores can be found on the body of Kendell Alston, who was conveniently killed by robots while holding a Star Core. Place the core in one of the many empty panels on the mainframe after taking it out.

After all of that, you will have started Star Control. You must complete this task by searching Nuka World for the remaining Star Cores. To disable all of the robots’ defenses and prevent them from becoming hostile, you must locate 20. One type of robot can be deactivated for every five cores you add to the mainframe, making life a little bit simpler.

However, personally, I prefer the idea of having peaceful robots wandering around so I like to hunt all the Star Cores. Alternatively, you can just kill all robots, that will stop them too (You will still need to find 20 Star Cores). It really is up to you because in either case you can still raise a flag for the raider faction of your choice.

Another incentive to search for Star Cores is that if you locate all 35 of them and insert them into the mainframe, you will receive a special set of power armor.

FAQ

How do I fix Nuka World glitch?

You must click on the quest “All Aboard” if you receive a boundary warning and are unable to enter Nuka World. After a short while, the message will reset, and your quest will update to direct you to the Nuka-World Transit Center south of Sanctuary.

Why wont it let me go to the Nuka-World Transit Center?

The two benefits you receive are dependent on which factions are active; it is impossible to obtain all three in Nuka-World.

Can you help all 3 factions in Nuka World?

What will happen if I complete Nuka World before meeting Preston in Concord, obtain the perks, and eliminate the raiders in the open session quest? You won’t have any problems. In fact, as long as you don’t complete the quest that requires you to raid a settlement, I am confident that everything will be fine.

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