ByRob Harris, writer at
Sometimes I play video games.
Rob Harris

Fallout 4 is an enormous game, brimming with hidden collectibles, endlessly customizable weapons, myriad armor sets and so much more waiting to be discovered in the vast post-apocalyptic wasteland out there. But what if you're the kind of gamer who lacks the patience required for poking around every radioactive nook and cranny just to make sure you're seeing everything the game has to offer? As they say in every shopping channel commercial's monochrome dramatization, 'There's got to be a better way!'

Indeed there is, as long as you're not opposed to some light cheating. Just like Skyrim, Fallout 4 contains a secret room in which you will find every single item in the game. Yep, that's every bobblehead, holotape, building material, power armor set, weapon -- EVERYTHING!

Now, obviously it's not recommended that you pinch anything from this alluring treasure trove during your first play-through, as you'll spoil the joy of discovery for yourself. But it's great to know it's there if you get bored and just want to have a casual play around.

How do I find this secret room?

To access this mystical land of goodies you'll need to be playing on the PC. Simply type "COC QASMOKE" into the command console and you'll be warped there. Take a look at the video below, courtesy of the fine folks at IGN, for a walkthrough:

Fun fact: the room was actually built to help Bethesda's QA department test the game, but clearly the developers didn't mind leaving it in there for players.
Please enjoy responsibly!

[Source: IGN]


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