Rob ‘Fallout 4’ Vendors Blind With Nuka-Cola Bottle Cap Glitch/Cheat

It has been recently discovered in Fallout 4 that there’s an exploit or glitch in the game to empty out a vendor’s Nuka-Cola bottle caps. With a new game having been recently released, it’s not uncommon for these glitches to exist, and one can have a lot of fun with them in Fallout 4.

It was emphasized that it’s the ammo a player needs to focus on and mainly the kind of ammo used in the transaction in Fallout that wouldn’t be of much use to you in the game. Also, this importance is due in part that a player will wind up exhausting all their ammo in the transaction when partaking in the Fallout 4 glitch.

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'Fallout' salesperson tells future vault dwellers the benefits of avoiding nuclear annihilation. [Photo Bethesda Games]

When entering the transaction, make it so that you’re purchasing all the vendor’s ammo, but, do not confirm the transaction. Just send the count over, but without confirmation. At the point, give one piece of that ammo to the vendor.

Finally, repeat the process, but this time, but give all the ammo back to the vendor. Feel free to view the video for a more concise method.

Segment Next initially reported that YouTuber OutSideTheBox gave a quick rundown of how this can be achieved. Later, viewers asked OutsideTheBox to give more explicit step-by-step details as the were not clear on the initial uploaded Fallout 4 exploit video.

For those who have been around long enough, this glitch may be tantamount to an Abbot and Costello routine when Bud Abbot was attempting to make change with Lou Costello when asking for “Can I get two 10s for a five?” Of course, being that this comedy bit was before computers, the problem was the loose nut and not the computer.

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LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 05: General view of atmosphere at the Fallout 4 video game launch event in downtown Los Angeles on November 5, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. [Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for Bethesda]

For those unfamiliar with Fallout 4’s monetary system, this is the money of the wasteland world. In the game, the vault dweller can find randomly on vanquished enemies, dead bodies, containers, or just sitting on top of counters. They are initially found on bottles of Nuka-Cola and Nuka-Cola Quantum. The product’s graphics and memorabilia are not unlike a real life soda vendor all well-known to us with the sound of the suffix sounding much like the suffix of its inspiring counterpart.

In fact, Quantum can be found in real life Target stores, but cannot be used as a replacement for real money. But apparently, in a report by Game Ranx, Target employees see some kind of value as they are buying out these Fallout 4 products.

However, a life hack reported by GameSpot made for an exception by Bethesda Softworks. A Fallout super fan had accumulated seven years and 2,000 bottle caps. Apparently, the gamer was such a fan of Fallout 3, he decided as a pre-order method to send all his caps to the gaming manufacturer in exchange for a copy of Fallout 4. The details have been explained on Reddit how the player was enthralled with the game to go this far. So far, in fact, that a note was attached to the package of bottle caps explaining his situation in order to coerce the Fallout crew to send him a copy.

Pre-War money also exists in Fallout 4, but is of little collectible value, however, such paper money was useful to allow for vintage hologram programs to function.

According to Lazy Gamer, there are also other PC console commands for Fallout 4 cheats in existence that allow for the ability to drop or add into your inventory Nuka-Cola Bottle caps as well as Nuka-Cola Quantum. Other cheats include a God Mode and the ability to add other weapons and items to your inventory as well.

Fallout 4 was released yesterday, November 10, and takes on the view of the world 200 years later after the atomic bombs fell and you, the vault dweller, are birthed from the doors of Vault 111 to determine what path and purpose to achieve.

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