Then unlocks it anyway for the XP
It's almost as if the people who designed this building did not take into account nuclear bombs knocking giant holes in the wall.
That there is why the door is still locked.
It almost looped and mind fucked me
Kinda reminds me of turrets. You already disabled them, but might as well destroy them for the XP
This is very common in fallout games..
If I had a nickel for every time this happened in FO4, I'd probably have about a dollar.
Just be happy the textures line up, and that it's not a wall texture on the other side.
This is located in the Jamaica Plain town hall.... damn I play this game too much...
I see someone went with the real fake doors when putting this building together.
i like stuff like that. little details that make the game world seem more real. somebody locks a door before the apocalypse and then the wall gets blown apart. the door isn't going to suddenly just unlock itself.
Is this special...?
Where do you pick up that pistol?
perfect loop....i see now why i was confused watching it the third time
Through the windoooooow,Through the wall!
I don't even care about the XP you get when you open doors but whenever I see a locked door, I pick it. I remember picking this door and being a little upset that I didn't look around initially.
This is just asking for a perfect loop, but it stopped so short of victory.
worst thing is when you unlock those doors and then discover you couldve went around.
have been thinking the same in vault 88... fucking horseshit!!!!!
This game has a tendency to do this and i fall forbit every time and i get mad every time
The opportunity for a perfeft loop here... Aggghhh
... work around?! :D
Piper liked that
Is it bad that this would probably fool me?
This could have been a perfect loop.
Is it poor level design or great level design? It's realistic for the setting but goes against the conventions of level design.
One of the best things about 4 imo, lots of realism in the buildings. Evidence of people playing games, suicides, etc. Until you get to a locked safe with spoons in it haha.