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Fallout 4 Guide – Fusion Core Locations Guide

Fallout 4 Guide - Fusion Core Locations Guide
If you want to get the max out of your Power Armor in Fallout 4 you’ll need the right supplies. This Fallout 4 Guide – Fusion Core Locations Guide lists all of the currently discovered Fusion Cores that are scattered around the post-apocalyptic landscape.

If you want to use your Power Armor on a regular basis you’ll need to collect the various Fusion Cores to keep it running. It consumes power over time and without these cores, you’ll find yourself running low on batteries.

Fallout 4 Fusion Core Locations

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We’re updating this as we go but if you know of one we’ve missed, leave a comment and we’ll update the post.

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  1. I’m not at the game right now, but I seem to remember there are no less than 8 fusion cores hidden in the Medtek building, in two ammo boxes in a small office (door locked novice) near the entrance. To be verified

  2. One in the sewers beneath the town where you get the suit and mini gun out of the vertibird on top of the freedom musem

  3. There is one core on a shelf in the locked backroom at Starlight drive-in. The key to the door can be found at the top of the main building there. Dogmeat found that one for me!

  4. i am lost as i am on my second play through and a lot of places the cores were are gone so i dont think they all keep staying in the same place as in the area were you get your power Armour for the first time over to the left there is a random hut it had 5 cores my first play through , so i ran there same as my first play and there was no cores just junk . also i am playing on the same difficulty nothing has changed a complete new game and i have been to 4 places so far and no power cores but 3 others they were there still just a diffrent amount

  5. One in the back of the super-duper mart in Lexington in a generator
    i found 3 in a box on the gunner bridge base with the wind mill thing and the supermutant behemoth. Directly South of Gorski Cabin and south east of walden pond

  6. I farm fusion cores at the Murkwater Construction Site settlement. MILD NON-QUEST SPOILER ALERT

    Just north-west of Murkwater Construction Site, there are 5 small concrete army-bunker type buildings (just for show, no interiors) with a Sentry Bot patrolling around. I set up a few missile and laser turrets pointing in that general direction at the north side of the Murkwater settlement… then I use a long-range sniper weapon to fire a shot at the robot, it comes charging right at me, and my turrets take it down from a distance. Then, I just walk over and pick up 2 fusion cores.


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