Updated 12:40 AM EDT, Wed, Apr 21, 2021

'Fallout 4' Guide: Everything You Need to Know about Power Armors, Fusion Cores & More

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With the recent release of "Fallout 4," gamers are still familiarizing themselves with how the game goes so some important facts need to be highlighted.

Here are some useful information to guide users in playing the game:

GamingBolt said "Fallout 4" comes with a power armor which is a special offering in the game providing "the wearer with bonus damage resistance, strength and a higher encumbrance stat."

It added that these armors could be encountered in a number of locations in the wasteland. Aside from their useful features, the armors can also be customised at Power Armor Stations.

'Power Armors are powered using Fusion Cores, which deplete with time -- so when your suit runs out of fuel, you can safely get out of it, and leave it to return to it later for refueling," explained the same report.

But aside from these special armors, gamers also need Fusion Cores since these are what runs your Power Armors.

According to Gaming Bolt, players need to find new Fusion Cores since these cannot be recharged. It also advised gamers that will not be able to know the locations of these Fusion Cores so they should be in the lookout all the time.

Despite its great features, Attack of the Fanboy stated that Power Armors can be damaged or destroyed when a player runs into Legendary Radscorpion.

This can be repaired by proceeding to the Power Armor Stations (yellow stations) which can be found in settlements, garages and Brotherhood of Steel bases.

To repair a Power Armor, Attack of the Fanboy said gamers should press the "Craft" button once they arrive at the station.

"This should be A on Xbox One, X on PS4 and E on PC, but check the bottom of the screen to be sure," added the same report.

By doing the said action, gamers will be able to repair their items through scrolling a given menu for the damaged parts. While going through the menu, one can also see the health of its Power Armor on the left side of the screen.

"Hit the Repair button (Y/Triangle/T for Xbox/PS4/PC). This will require different resources depending on the particular piece you are repairing," said Attack of the Fanboy.

"Fallout 4" became available last Nov. 10 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC users.

The game bundle also became available in local retailers and Microsoft stores in countries like Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK, U.S., Saudi Arabia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates, as per Polygon.

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