Fallout 4 players can all build a shack to store their gear and take a nap, but this player goes above and beyond and creates a fully-stocked home with everything from fine china to a waterfront view.
One of the best things about Fallout 4 is that the game can provide near endless hours of entertainment, even after the core campaign is finished. We praised the game’s incredibly deep level of content in our review and the community has proven in the following weeks that gamers love spending time in the Boston wasteland. To make his stay in the Commonwealth a little more comfortable, one hardcore Fallout 4 fan has spent hours constructing and staging a house with everything a person might need.
In the world of Fallout 4, there is no typical house for the protagonist to inhabit. Players can make a small shack with just a sleeping bag or a giant phallic structure with flashing lights if that’s what floats their boat. The game’s base building feature allows players to get as creative as they’d like when they decide where to lay their head and store their power armor, weapons, and trinkets.
YouTuber TheGoodMorty (via Kotaku) spent a lot of time filling his house with things a person might really need (or want) if they were living there. Rather than just dump gear in a safe and hit the road, TheGoodMorty decorates each room carefully and puts everything right where the house’s feng shui suggests it should be. From Nuka-Cola machines to dish sets to a stocked wardrobe, this house is fully-stocked.
The video is a little long, but Morty says that he’s working on creating a shorter one now that it has started to go viral. Every room has its own highlights, but we suggest definitely checking out the house’s great waterside view, fully-stocked bar, and the dinner table that is prepared for guests. Morty has been incredibly busy and has an impressive number of the game’s best weapons in his cache. Any guesses about how much this house would sell for in contemporary Boston?
There’s no denying that this house is amazing, but what makes it even cooler is how much time and effort it must have taken Morty to piece together. This video was recorded from the PS4 version of the game, which means that he was operating without the help of any mods or console commands. According to the narration, it took Morty five full days to move in and stock his house in the wasteland.
How does this house compare to the safe havens that you have built in Fallout 4? Is there anything you think he was missing? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Fallout 4 is currently available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.