Before the Great War in Fallout History, Mister Handy was the sole survivor’s robotic butler. After 200 years of roaming around Sanctuary Hills, Codsworth is reunited with the survivor. It can recognize over 1,000 real names and uses these names to refer to the survivor. In Fallout 4, Codsworth is a Mister Handy character and potential companion.
Garvey is the leader of a group of people living in The Commonwealth and is a member of the Commonwealth Minutemen. Inside the Museum of Freedom, Garvey and his men, originally numbering in 20, were forced to take shelter from attacking raiders. Until the arrival of the sole survivor, he and the surviving five members are trapped inside. In the game, Garvey and his companions can be found in Concord hiding from a raider attack.
The Vault-Tec Rep
In 2077, it functions as a representative who verifies the sole survivor that his family has been authorized to move in to Vault 111. Shortly before the bombing of the Boston area in 2077, the Vault-Tec Representative calls on the survivor. To complete their family’s vault reservation, it asks them to fill out paperwork. The player can choose their SPECIAL stats for the first time and enter a name for the sole survivor when interacting with the representative.
The Pip-Boy 3000 Mark IV
In Fallout 4, it is a pre-War Personal Information Processor (PIP) that is manufactured by RobCo Industries. The updated version of the Pip-Boy 3000 acts as an inventory and database for the player character’s personal information.
The Pip-Boy is found right next to the Vault door on the skeletal remains of a Vault 111 scientist.
The Fat Man
This is a shoulder mounted Mini-Nuke launcher. Compared to previous games, the Fallout 4 version has a slightly different image. Instead of a handle on the right side of the launcher, there are two straight handles on the bottom. It has a rusted silver paint job and looks to be larger.
The laser musket
This is a weapon in Fallout 4. A homemade variety of laser rifle, the laser musket appears to be put together from various mechanical and electronic parts, and strapped to a regular wooden rifle stock. The laser beam fires through the barrel, which is comprised of two metal rings on top of a metal rod extending from the stock. Via a hand-crank on the back, the player reloads the makeshift generator which creates the beam itself. It fires a red laser beam like most laser weapons. This crank-powered energy weapon is similar to a weapon of the same name in the 2002 Walt Disney film ‘Treasure Planet’, that also uses a similar system of powering the musket.
This weapon in Falllout 4 can fire a total of about standard shots, the equivalent of , from full condition before breaking.
These creatures are found in the Commonwealth. Intended to be used as weapons on the battlefield, these creatures are a result of a pre-War experiment involving the mutation of the Jackson’s Chameleon, along with a number of other species. These strong, agile predators attack players on sight. Their name is due to the fact their long and sharp claws are capable of inflicting great amounts of, sometimes deadly, damage on the player.
Based on the recently released footage, Deathclaws are hardy and dreadful melee combatants. In order to kill one, the sole survivor will have to use a T-60 power armor and a minigun. Compared to their Fallout 3 and New Vegas ancestors, they have a more detailed appearance. They have longer horns and claws and darker, scaled skin. Unlike the Deathclaws of previous titles, the ones in Massachusetts also appear to run on all fours when in combat.
These are a species of mutated bears that resides in the Commonwealth in the 23rd century.