In 2008, Bethesda released Fallout 3, the third entry in the Fallout series. Fallout 3 combined first-person shooter and action RPG elements together in an open world, post-apocalyptic setting, and it came out for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. It was incredibly popular, and some fans still consider it to be the best Fallout game to date. Will that change when the rumored Fallout 4 is released? Well, we’ll have to wait and see. For now, let’s focus our attention on Fallout 3.
Since it’s a role-playing game, it’s not at all surprising to see that Fallout 3 has cheats related to earning XP. These are little tricks that let you earn lots of experience very quickly. The game also has choices and a karma system, so of course there are special tips to help you get either good or bad karma. There’s even a glitch that lets you quickly build your skills up to 100%. Since money is also an important part of a game like Fallout 3, similar guides exist to help you get an unlimited number of caps, from stealing them from the same ghoul over and over again to picking the same character’s pocket repeatedly. Stimpacks are another important part of the game, so there are several cheats about getting more of those, along with other infinite item cheats. As far as item management goes, you’ll be able to find tips on how to store additional items.
Those might be the most important Fallout 3 cheats you can find, since they’ll help you with the most general and overarching parts of the game. There are also a lot of guides related to weapons. If you need help getting the Alien Blaster, you can find the instructions to help. If you’re in need of something like the A3-Plasma Rifle or Vengeance Laser Turret, you can learn how to get them. Maybe you really just want to get into the Megaton Armory or unlock the door inside Fort Constantine. You’ll also be able to find tips on getting specific companions to join you. All the information you need is at your fingertips.
Then there are a lot of cheats that are more on the fun side, although some of them have practical purposes as well. For example, if you get a Feral Ghoul Mask, other ghouls won’t attack you unless you attack them first. You can also activate a glitch that makes your head invisible. Another glitch turns your dog invincible. And don’t forget to learn how to find Stockholm, a special guard whose lines suggest he was added as an Easter egg. There are several interesting little tricks like that you can use in Fallout 3.
Most of the cheats you find fit into these sorts of categories, while the rest tend to be little hints for specific parts of the game, such as how to get 20 HP from Bloodpacks. There are a lot of Fallout 3 cheats, so we’ve only been able to go through a few here. If you are looking for something to help you out in the game, there’s a good chance you can find what you need. Have a look, and enjoy the game.