8 Fallout 4 Side Quests You Should Definitely Seek Out

But, two of those are main path quests if you're siding with the Brotherhood, and, no mention of the Chinese Submarine?

Starke:
But, two of those are main path quests if you're siding with the Brotherhood, and, no mention of the Chinese Submarine?

to be fair you can do all those quests up until a certain point, I sided with the railroad and I completed those quests just fine.

OT: Surprisingly had completed 6 out of 8 of those on my first run, I'll have to look up the constitution one and this chinese submarine you speak of, they sound interesting.

Starke:
But, two of those are main path quests if you're siding with the Brotherhood, and, no mention of the Chinese Submarine?

What Chinese Submarine? I'm looking around online and all I see is the one from 3's point lookout DLC.

My favourite so far has to be the USS Constitution. I sided with the robots and seeing the ending after you help them. I just had to pause and laugh.

RaikuFA:

Starke:
But, two of those are main path quests if you're siding with the Brotherhood, and, no mention of the Chinese Submarine?

What Chinese Submarine? I'm looking around online and all I see is the one from 3's point lookout DLC.

This one. Spoilers, of course. It's... decent.

OT: I'm saddened that I've completed all the listed quests. Was hoping for something I hadn't seen before. But then again, I went pretty much everywhere in my first playthrough. Really wanted to find all the nice power armour.

RaikuFA:

Starke:
But, two of those are main path quests if you're siding with the Brotherhood, and, no mention of the Chinese Submarine?

What Chinese Submarine? I'm looking around online and all I see is the one from 3's point lookout DLC.

The quest is named Here there be Monsters.

Interesting. 60 hours in and I haven't seen any of those.

Katherine Kerensky:

RaikuFA:

Starke:
But, two of those are main path quests if you're siding with the Brotherhood, and, no mention of the Chinese Submarine?

What Chinese Submarine? I'm looking around online and all I see is the one from 3's point lookout DLC.

This one. Spoilers, of course. It's... decent.

OT: I'm saddened that I've completed all the listed quests. Was hoping for something I hadn't seen before. But then again, I went pretty much everywhere in my first playthrough. Really wanted to find all the nice power armour.

I rather liked Zao, so that might have colored my perspective a bit. Also it fits pretty nicely within the game's themes.

Hero in a half shell:
My favourite so far has to be the USS Constitution. I sided with the robots and seeing the ending after you help them. I just had to pause and laugh.

Yeah, same. I thought "Well shit, I hope they're not going to hit-... oh, they are..."

And you get an awesome 'penthouse suite' at the top of a skyscraper for your efforts. Pretty cool.

Also, "The Glowing Sea" is a main quest, and really shouldn't be in this list if you were just wanting to cover side quests.

http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/The_Glowing_Sea

I will never forget the day I was wandering the Commonwealth and came upon a beached old-time warship, with rockets attached to the sides, and manned by a robot crew. It was so beautiful I almost cried.

Out of the quests listed there, I'll admit I kind of enjoyed The Last Voyage of the USS Constitution.

Hated the Secret of Cabot house though.

No love for a very tiny side quest involving Arlen Glass?

8 Fallout 4 Side Quests You Should Definitely Seek Out

You might not do all the side quests in Fallout 4, but you should definitely hunt down these eight.

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Starke:

Katherine Kerensky:

RaikuFA:

What Chinese Submarine? I'm looking around online and all I see is the one from 3's point lookout DLC.

This one. Spoilers, of course. It's... decent.

OT: I'm saddened that I've completed all the listed quests. Was hoping for something I hadn't seen before. But then again, I went pretty much everywhere in my first playthrough. Really wanted to find all the nice power armour.

I rather liked Zao, so that might have colored my perspective a bit. Also it fits pretty nicely within the game's themes.

liked him? you damn communist sympathizer! :D

the silver shroud quest line is awesome and its worth wearing the costume in the automatron dlc just for taking on the bad guy in character

8 Fallout 4 quests, that's a little optimistic, don't you think?

Just for reference sake: My favorite quest reminds Trouble Brewin', and that's entirely on how I played the escort part with some emergency. I quickly sniped every enemy, block for block, on a timer basically. Was bloody great.

pookie101:
the silver shroud quest line is awesome and its worth wearing the costume in the automatron dlc just for taking on the bad guy in character

The Silver Shroud is actually really weak compared to what it could have been: Just imagine how much better it would be if Kent went mad with power and started to go after people for minor charges or Hancock.

I liked the sidequest where the ghoul was cutting up ferals, and selling them as canned meat.

Hero in a half shell:
My favourite so far has to be the USS Constitution. I sided with the robots and seeing the ending after you help them. I just had to pause and laugh.

Perhaps I'm a bit too biased towards 1, 2 and NV, but this quest felt like one of the few moments 4 tried to be Fallout. Amazing quest though, and despite my problems with the game definetly one that I wont forget anytime soon.

Poetic Nova:

Hero in a half shell:
My favourite so far has to be the USS Constitution. I sided with the robots and seeing the ending after you help them. I just had to pause and laugh.

Perhaps I'm a bit too biased towards 1, 2 and NV, but this quest felt like one of the few moments 4 tried to be Fallout. Amazing quest though, and despite my problems with the game definetly one that I wont forget anytime soon.

You might have to expand why you think this quest (singularly out of F4?) was the only one to ape the previous. I don't see it as significantly different from a lot of quests in F4.

trunkage:

Poetic Nova:

Hero in a half shell:
My favourite so far has to be the USS Constitution. I sided with the robots and seeing the ending after you help them. I just had to pause and laugh.

Perhaps I'm a bit too biased towards 1, 2 and NV, but this quest felt like one of the few moments 4 tried to be Fallout. Amazing quest though, and despite my problems with the game definetly one that I wont forget anytime soon.

You might have to expand why you think this quest (singularly out of F4?) was the only one to ape the previous. I don't see it as significantly different from a lot of quests in F4.

Admittedly, I should be more specific. USS Constitution quest for me had a similar vibe to it as OWB in New Vegas. Perhaps not the best part to emulate, but the quest worked. Most of the game lacked the details and/or depth that made the game feel Fallout, for me atleast.

Far harbor did things better aswel to get the tone down, mostly similar to F3's DLC4.

Ah-hah! So someone found 8 quests in Fallout 4!

pookie101:

Starke:

Katherine Kerensky:

This one. Spoilers, of course. It's... decent.

OT: I'm saddened that I've completed all the listed quests. Was hoping for something I hadn't seen before. But then again, I went pretty much everywhere in my first playthrough. Really wanted to find all the nice power armour.

I rather liked Zao, so that might have colored my perspective a bit. Also it fits pretty nicely within the game's themes.

liked him? you damn communist sympathizer! :D

the silver shroud quest line is awesome and its worth wearing the costume in the automatron dlc just for taking on the bad guy in character

He is a well written character (by Fallout 4 standards, anyway) with an interesting perspective on the setting that we haven't seen elsewhere.

So, yeah, rather like the character. Not someone I'd want to hang out with in the real world, not someone that I even particularly agree with, but a character that kept my attention for the 30 or so minutes that his quest took.

 

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