"Fallout 4" Updates: To be Melee Fighter, Focus on Strength, Intelligence; Deal with Blacksmith to Access Melee Weapon Mods
"Fallout 4," the much-anticipated game of the year, has finally come out. Fans can finally play and dominate the Wasteland with one's 100 percent homebrew melee weapons. This guide can help players on how to create melee weapons with all the information that one needs.
"Fallout 4" players are dreaming to be a melee fighter. Of course, anybody can be one. This kind of play is both enjoyable and rewarding as well, as long as you have the right tools. Being a melee fighter means one will be needing strength because this is the primary skill followed by intelligence. Therefore, one has to concentrate first on the Strength stat, before all other elements, the Tech Times reported.
After the "Fallout 4" stats have been taken care of, one needs to immediately have a good melee weapon. Immediately start by focusing on the Blacksmith perk because this will give access to several early melee weapon mods. Also, keep adding points since there are three available levels for it. Once Blacksmith has been covered, it will be time to move to the Intelligence skills. Under this comes the Science perk, which when unlocked will be giving out the best melee weapon upgrades available, Gamespot reported.
By this time, a "Fallout 4" player will now have the necessary skills to craft. Just make sure that the components and supplies needed are ready. The bat, pool cue, and tire iron are the main components, while the adhesives, aluminum, screws, and the metal gears are the minor components.
If a "Fallout 4" player is short with Wonder glue or Duct tape, an alternative is creating an adhesive. Collect plenty of Tatos, Corn and Mutfruit, as well as purified water. By the way, one purified water is also equal to three cooked dirty waters. Five pieces of adhesives can be produced by combining all the ingredients in a cooking station.