Yesterday's rider Tomatoangus flew me all that matters Fall games over 2 hours and 16 minutes, and took out all the stops to do this, including a real suit to explain how to get into the lift in Fallout 4.
While everything Fall games have an attractive litany of bugs that can be exploited quickly, Fallout 4 it has some very interesting ones. There is a punch warping, where players can build a worm of sorts between locations by timely attacking on VAT cartoons, as well as how to install multiple sets of armor to increase travel speed and endurance.
Waiting until his character is safely buried in the story, Tomatoangus, who has just added a portable “g” to make it family friendly, issue two orange solo cups stacked on cardboard to help determine one of the game's guaranteed glitches.
First, Fallout 4 it sends the player down into an outer room connected to the face by a long shaft. Instead of making it back the way out, Tomatoangus explained that it was possible to get out of bounds and teleport to the top of the exit and leave the room immediately.
The top piece of cardboard represents the bottom of the stadium, and the matching beast cup represents the lifting shaft. The bottom piece of cardboard stands on the outside of the outside edge of the house. (The solo cup at the bottom is just the tip of the iceberg.) When a player falls to the floor, they simply engage in the lower part of the trails directly above them. In order to reach the top of the high shaft, the player must move far beyond the boundaries, beyond the limits of the invisible space — the second piece of cardboard. Crossing into that second area outside the bounds makes it easy to get under the elevator, where the player is sent to the loading dock.
"That saves 40 seconds," said Tomatoangus grinning at the crowd at the end of his long, powerful meeting. "It takes longer to explain than to make time."