Fallout 4 is jam-packed with all kind of secrets and references. In fact, there are so many hidden goodies, there’s a good chance there are some things you missed. A lot of these secrets are actually pretty weird too, as you’d expect from a Fallout game. Let’s take a look at them.
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The Charge Card
While you’re exploring the ruins of Boston, there’s a chance you’ll come across a character named Parker Quinn. Quinn will sell you a “charge card,” which he essentially describes as a credit card. He charges 110 caps for it, but no matter what you do, you’ll never find a use for it. He’s hard to find, and it seems like an obvious scam at first. That is, until you play Far Harbor. There, you’ll find a character who’ll randomly redeem the card for 100 caps. It’s a lot of set up and mystery for such a small pay off.