Fallout 4: Nuka World Mega Guide – Collectibles Locations, Unlimited Ticket Cheat, Rare Weapons And More

A complete guide to Fallout 4: Nuka World.

Posted By | On 01st, Sep. 2016 Under Article, Video Game Tips | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


The final expansion of Fallout 4Nuka World, is here- and much like Far Harbor before it, Nuka World represents a more substantial bit of post launch content for the game than what we have received so far, expanding the story, and adding new areas to the game map. It is, in other words, one of those essential bits of Fallout 4 DLC that you simply must get if you have enjoyed the base game to any degree whatsoever.

If you do get it, however, you will find a massive experience waiting for you- with a lot to do, a lot to see, a lot to fight, a lot to collect. It can all get a bit… overwhelming. That’s where we come in. This Fallout 4 guide will take you through everything that there is to do in the expansion, from locations of collectibles such as Star Cores, Scav! Magazines, a look at new perks, hidden cappu cue and nuka recipes locations, unlimited tickets cheat, unique and rare weapons, armor and apparel locations and getting the nuka cade ticket quickly. Finally we take a look at how you can unlock some of the trophies and achievements in the game.

How To Access Nuka World DLC And Expansion:

Of course, before you do anything else, you need to know how to even access the Nuka World DLC. This works similarly to just about every other bit of major content in Fallout 4. Do note, however, that before you can access Nuka World, you need to have hit at least Level 15. It also goes without saying that you need to have exited Vault 111 too.

  • Go to the Data tab on your Pip-boy and select the quest All Aboard. Listen to the Nuka Cola Family radio channel for a few minutes.
  • The quest should update, tasking you with locating the Nuka-World Transit Center. This is south of Sanctuary, near the edge of the map. Head there.
  • There are soldiers standing outside- you can choose to either engage them in combat, or sneak around them to enter the transit center.
  • Once inside, talk to the man named Harvey. You need to get him to tell you a certain sad story (the nature of which is withheld to avoid spoilers). After this conversation, he will take you to Nuka World.

Star Collectibles Locations Guide:

The biggest collectible quest in Fallout 4: Nuka World is the one which tasks you with finding all the Star Cores- there are 35 of these hidden throughout the DLC, and collecting all of them can get you a shiny new power armor (though collecting just 20 is enough for the purposes of the quest, too).

The video below walks you through finding all 35 Star Cores in the game- do note, however, that some of these may not be accessible in game to you until you have progressed further in the story.

Scav! Magazines Collectible Locations:

Yep, you’re still collecting magazines in Fallout 4: Nuka World. There are actually not a lot of them to find, but for the more OCD ones among your number, it’ll probably be satisfying to hunt every last one of them down regardless. The video below will show you just where and how:

New Perks

While we can argue about the ultimate result of Bethesda choosing to go with an exclusively perks based leveling system for Fallout 4, that’s neither here nor there- for now, we are stuck with the perks system as it is. Nuka World actually adds a fair few NEW perks to the game- are these worth it? Which ones of these should you go for? The video below should answer all of your questions.

Hidden Cappy Cue Locations Guide

One of the best fetch quests in the expansion, and certainly the one with the most character, is the one which has you hunt down the Cappy Cues. The video below shows you exactly where to find them al in Nuka World:

Nuka Recipes Location Guide

You’re still hunting for recipes in Nuka World. Some things truly never change. The video below shows you where to find ’em all:

Unlimited Tickets Cheat

The main payout at the Nuka Cade is tickets- so naturally, anything that lets you get more of them is appreciated. The guide below explains how to get more Nuka Cade tickets, plus it also demonstrates a cheat to farm them in unlimited quantities:

Unique And Rare Weapons

As with previous expansions, Nuka World adds some Unique Weapons to Fallout 4 too. The videos below show you how to get the most notable and very best ones of these. Please Stand By.

Splattercannon:

Cito’s Shiny Slugger:

Nuka Nuke Launcher:

The Problem Solver:

Plus, here are the locations for the other ones:

  • Sword of Wonders: In Kiddie Kingdom In King Cola’s Castle, given after completing ‘A Magical Kingdom’
  • Commie Whacker: Found near the “Red Menace Whac-A-Commie” game in the Nuke Cade
  • Acid Soaker: In Nuka Cade, available for purchase for 6250 tickets
  • Thirst Zapper: In Cola Cars arena, available during the ‘Taken For A Ride’ quest
  • Automatic Rifle: Carried by various enemies
  • Throatslicer: Available for purchase at Katelyn Alden Store for roughly 6000 caps

Armor And Apparel Locations:

Look smart and act smart with the new armor and apparel in Fallout 4: Nuka World. Your character now looks sharp, and gets various bonuses to help him survive in the vicious Wasteland, and in Nuka World, as well.

Nuka-World Geyser Shirt & Jeans: Available for purchase at Shelbie Chase’s Store

Nuka-World Jack & Jeans: Available for purchase at Katelyn Alden’s Store

Nuka-World / Cappy / Bottle Shirt & Jeans : Available for purchase at Katelyn Alden’s Store

Overboss Power Armor : Take from Overboss Colter during the “Taken For A Ride” quest

Western Outfit: Sheriff Hawk in Dry Rock Gulch gives it to you upon starting the ‘High Noon At The Gulch’ quest

Cowboy Hat: Sheriff Hawk in Dry Rock Gulch gives it to you upon starting the ‘High Noon At The Gulch’ quest

Cappy Glasses: Sierra Petrovita gives them to you upon starting the quest “Cappy in a Haystack”

Nuka World Jumpsuit: Sierra Petrovita gives them to you upon completing the quest “Cappy in a Haystack,” if you side with her at the end

Spacesuit Costume Helmet: Found on the mannequins in the Galactic Zone area

Oswald’s Hat: Found in Kiddie Kongdom as a drop at the end of ‘A Magical Kingdom’ quest

Nuka T-51F Power Armor: Found behind a locked door at the World of Refreshment

Spacesuit Costume : Found on the mannequins in the Galactic Zone area

Magician’s Tuxedo: Found in Kiddie Kingdom as a drop at the end of ‘A Magical Kingdom’ quest

Getting The Nuka Cade Ticket Quickly:

The Nuka Cade is the happening place to be in Nuka World- it is where some of the most fun and compelling new activities of Nuka World are to be found, and more importantly, it is a place where you can actually put those mounds of pre-war money you have to some actual good use.

To get to the Nuka Cade, you need to have a Nuka Cade Ticket. The video below shows you how to get one as quickly as possible:

Achievements And Trophy Guide:

Below you will find video guides for some of the trophies and achievements in the game.

Raiding for a Living
Complete 12 quests for any Nuka-World Raider Gangs

Diebrarian
Collect every issue of Scav! Magazine

Beverageer
Create 20 different flavors of Nuka-Cola

Hostile Takeover
Establish 8 Raider Camps in the Commonwealth

All Sugared Up
Defeat 40 Nuka-World Creatures while under the effect of any Nuka-Mix flavor

Eyes on the Prize
Redeem 100,000 tickets at the Nuka-Cade

Taken for a Ride
Complete “Taken for a Ride”

The Grand Tour
Complete “The Grand Tour”

Home Sweet Home
Complete “Home Sweet Home”

Power Play
Complete “Power Play”


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  • odubya23

    Two new maps and a bunch of workshop junk is still pretty flippin’ slim for a fifty dollar Season’s Pass.

  • Simon Dunn

    Image at top is S.T.A.L.K.E.R not fallout 4, still good guide tho 🙂


 

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