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Fallout 4 alternate quest ending we all missed discovered after 3,000 hours

Fallout 4 alternate quest ending we all missed discovered after 3,000 hours

I have to admit that I didn't know this either

If you’re yet to begin watching Prime Video’s Fallout series, I urge you to give it a go.

It’s a gripping watch for both seasoned fans and newcomers alike, and it’ll leave you eager to dive back into Bethesda’s acclaimed video series.

After rolling credits on season one’s final episode, I hopped straight back into Fallout 4.

As excited as I was for the game’s new-gen update to drop though, it didn’t stop me from craving news of Fallout 5.

The problem is that Bethesda is hard at work on post launch support for Starfield, with the game’s Shattered Space expansion set to launch later this year.

There are annual story expansions planned beyond that and, of course, some developers are beavering away on The Elder Scrolls VI.

Fallout 5 is, unfortunately for us, not leading the priority pile right now.

It turns out though that Fallout 4 is still hiding some undiscovered secrets. In fact, one fan has just stumbled across an interesting tidbit after spending over 3,000 hours in the game.

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As reported by GameRant, this particular discovery was made by Reddit user _doozy_ who wrote, “Played the game since launch and I never knew this. If you kill Travis in the game SHENG KOWALSKI WILL TAKE OVER DIAMOND CITY RADIO???”

They continued, “Like the water pedalling Child on the opposite end of the city. Just found this out today after 3,000 and several playthroughs. It never even crossed my mind that Trav wasn’t essential then I just went and took a fat man to him because I thought it was funny. I’ve never seen anyone talk about it.”

I have to admit, I didn’t know this either and I thought my Fallout 4 knowledge was pretty top notch.

“Bro holy s**t FR? I have been playing since launch too and I likewise assumed that he was essential and couldn't be killed. This is hilarious,” replied skinwalker3114.

“You are not stupid, that's a cool little tidbit. Thanks for sharing,” added sophia13913.

Oh Bethesda, how I adore your open worlds.

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Topics: Fallout, Bethesda