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Interactive Fallout 4 Map – Way to Find ALL LOOT ANYWHERE

Fallout 4 Interactive Map

Want ALL the LOOT? Then this map is for YOU!

Introducing the Interactive Fallout 4 Map

Fallout 3 Vault

Click here to view the map!

This is a guide that tells you about an interactive map will give you everything you need to see every piece of loot there is in Fallout 4’s post-apocalyptic version of Boston, and it includes many items including but not limited to:

  • Unique Weapons
  • Fusion Cores
  • Power Armor
  • Nuka-Cola
  • Perk Magazines
  • Bobbleheads
  • Holotapes
  • Mini Nukes
  • DLC Items (only the ones in the Commonwealth)
  • All Locations, sorted specifically into categories

With this guide, you will see the true power of what this community-made map has to behold. Great for when your power armor really needs another fusion core, or even if you are going on a Nuka-Cola Collecting Hunt. The possibilities are endless! (Technically, this is for cheaters or people who like maps, but what can I say? I use it all the time.)

(DISCLAIMER: I don’t make this map, and I can’t guarantee if every item has been found.)


How to Use the Map

Enabling which items appear on the map

On the left-hand side of the screen is the list of items and places that are on the map. The map locations are split into types and items are separately listed.

To enable and disable specific items, just click on them and they will change from bold text to crossed out, and won’t show up on the map. You could also just click the “Show All” and “Hide All” buttons at the top too. Even better, if you type in a specific item in the search bar that exists, it will find it on the map for you, so you know where to look when treasure hunting.

Using the map to look closely at places

If you have ever used Google Maps, this map works pretty much just like that. You zoom in and out with your scroll wheel, and you can look closely at places to see where loot is.

If you click on a loot icon, it might have a description on where to find it, and what it does. You can also mark that loot if you already found it and want it to not be in the way of your loot hunting. However, you’ll need to sign up for an account to save your progress.

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