Fallout 4 is a great game and I have spent a lot of hours exploring the Commonwealth and discovering all the cool side quests it has to offer. Now that I’ve well acquainted myself with the quests and events that occur in Fallout 4, I thought I would put together a list of my top five favorite Fallout 4 quests so far. Because it’s October, the season to be spooky, I thought I would include my favorite scary or "Halloween" related quests for you to enjoy. So grab some candy corn and a pumpkin latte and let’s talk about my top five favorite Fallout 4 quests, Halloween Edition!
-The Silver Shroud-
This quest is a great one and I couldn’t make a top 5 list without mentioning it. But the main reason it made it onto my Halloween list is the costume potential. I won’t give away too much, but in this quest you get to dress up and play a little, which is great fun and takes away some of the drudgery of the wasteland. So suit up and search for that Silver Shroud Radio station, because this is one quest you really need to explore for yourself.
-The Glowing Sea-
When I first played this game and was forced to venture into the glowing sea, I was legitimately scared to do so. This area of the map is a perfect example of the real horror of nuclear annihilation and every time I go inside it gets me nervous. If you’re looking for a genuine scare, start here.
-The Secret of Cabot House-
If you haven’t done this quest yet, I don’t want to spoil anything for you. But take it from me, this quest is one of the most fun and creepy quests you can do in Fallout 4. Think of it this way, it begins at an old abandoned insane asylum. Need I say more? From there the events just keep getting stranger and it’s something you’re going to need to see to believe.
Okay, there aren’t many quests or locations in Fallout 4 that are creepier or more horrific than this one. You begin at Pickman’s Gallery, which sounds like a perfectly wholesome and safe thing to do. But things slowly go from bad to worse as you realize you’re in a murder house. From there your lick just keeps doing downhill. If you’re not interested in being scared, leave this quest alone. But if you want some of that classic, disturbing, Fallout-style action, head on in and get a front row seat to the blood bath.
-The Devil's Due-
Very few video games have gotten me actually fearing for my own life. Fallout 4 isn’t always that scary, but one thing that certainly did terrify me was the mission that takes place at the Museum of Witchcraft. Even before you arrive at this quest, the location just screams spooky Halloween story. Once you’re inside, you’re immediately made aware of the fact that this is no ordinary ghost story or witch’s tale. So, if you haven’t headed over to Salem and gone into the Museum of Witchcraft, I ask what you’re waiting for! That is, unless you want to live.
So this is my top five list of favorite scary and Halloween related Fallout 4 quests. If I missed any of your favorite scary quests, pop them down below so I can go find them and explore the horror for myself. And don’t forget to share this article on with a friend, I would really appreciate it.
Thanks for hanging out and have a spooky October!
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