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Fallout 4 Gameplay – GTX 560 / Q6600 3.4Ghz / 6GB (PC HD)
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Fallout 4 60 Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 and Gainward Geforce GTX 560 NON TI PC Gameplay First Look Preview.
Fallout 4 Open World Action Role-Playing Video Game for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One in HD.
– CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @3.4Ghz
– VGA: Gainward Geforce GTX 560 NON TI Golden Sample 1GB GDDR5
– RAM: 6GB Kingston DDR2 667Mhz
– OS: Windows 8 Professional X64
200 years after a nuclear war, Fallout 4 is set in a post-apocalyptic Boston, in which the player character emerges from an underground bunker known as a Vault. Gameplay is similar to Fallout 3. Completing quests and acquiring experience levels up the character, allowing for new abilities. With an optional first- or third-person view, players can explore Fallout 4 ‘s open world setting at will, allowing nonlinear gameplay. Additional party members can accompany the player, who will assist them in battles. Players have the ability to construct and deconstruct buildings and items, and use them to build a settlement, which can attract and be inhabited by non-playable characters.
Players have the ability to roam anywhere on the map, or leave a conversation at any time. They have the ability to customize weapons; the game includes over 50 base guns, which can be crafted with a variety of modifications, such as barrel types and laser focus, with over 700 modifications available. Power Armor has been redesigned to be more like a vehicle than an equipable suit of armor, and can also be modified, adding items such as a jetpack or selecting separate types of armor for each part of the suit. A new feature to the series is the ability to craft and deconstruct settlements and buildings. Players can select some in-game objects and structures, and use them to freely build their own structures. In addition, the towns can be powered with working electricity, using a dynamic power line system. Merchants and non-player characters can inhabit players’ towns, for which players must provide sustenance by growing food in makeshift patches and building water spouts. Players can build various defenses around their settlements, such as turrets and traps, to defend against random attacks.