How To Set Up Supply Lines In Fallout 4

How To Set Up Supply Lines In Fallout 4
The Supply Lines in Fallout 4 will help you keep your settlements upgraded and connected. They allow you connect all your resources together so you don’t have to lug it from settlement to settlement. This article will teach you how to How To Set Up Supply Lines In Fallout 4!

How To Set Up Supply Lines In Fallout 4

In order to set up a Supply Line you will need a few things. First off you will need more than one settlement or else this is pointless. Second off you will need 6 points in the Charisma tree and the perk Local Leader rank 1. Lastly you will need an extra settler you can send out, they can’t do work while they are away.

When you have all those go into the Workshop menu and go find a settler you want to send out. Scroll over the settler and click the Supply Line button, on Ps4 it is R1. Now you can choose which settlement to send them to. You can do this with multiple settlers and connect all of your settlements this way. Doing this will allow you to build up all of your settlements to their maximum potential without doing a ton of fast traveling. I would sleep for a few hours and then warp to the settlement you want to upgrade.

Be careful about accidentally clicking a trade route settler in a new settlement. I did this and then the settlement was no longer connected by the supply route.

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  • Resa

    How can i cancel one? the suply thing seem to be bugges , not working so i figured maybe i cancel all of them so i can set them up again.

    • David

      I know I’m replying late but I’m doing it for future readers who may have the same problem.

      1. By saying “bugged” I think you mean workshops don’t show items that are stored in workshops in other settlements. That is intended, the items from other settlements only appear as available during crafting. Connected settlements (even indirectly) share food and water passively.

      2. To cancel a supply line simply assign the provisioner to perform another task in his own settlement (the one you sent him from initially to the target settlement). Perhaps you can just kill him, not sure if other settlers are going to like it.

      3. There is no way to cancel supply lines in bulk, has to be done one by one. There might be a way to do it using console on PC.