Fallout 4 Bunkers – Basement Living
- Backyard Bomb Shelter
- Basement Bunker
- Cellar Workshop
- Emergency Shelter
- Fallout Shelter
- Interrogation Cave
- Military base Epsilon
- Root Cellar
- Sewer Garage
- Storage Warehouse
The bunkers all have workshops inside, so that you can build inside them and make them your own. Mounted on the walls near the entrances are fuse boxes, which are your power source for lighting and other electrical objects you decide to build.
As well as fuse boxes, there are control panels. In this control panels, you can control various settings on each bunker, such as turning on and off the lights, disabling fog and removing all of the rubbish and clutter.
Bunkers can be found in the Workshop under the first tab “Special”, and they just build a hatch which you can place on a flat surface to enter. Each bunker costs 10 wood, 10 steel and 10 concrete to create.
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Backyard Bomb Shelter
The first bunker is the Backyard Bomb Shelter, which offers an armour workbench, bunk beds and a terminal for you to play holotapes. It also has a nasty looking bathroom, but it’s nothing you can’t fix using the workshop!
Next up is the Basement Bunker, which has a weapons bench in one of the rooms. This bunker has so much storage space it’s ridiculous. It’s also quite large in size, and would be a good choice for you to personalise yourself.
The Cellar workshop is a pretty nice bunker, a great place to do some crafting and building. It offers a terminal for you to play holotapes, and there is also a robot (non functioning) in one of the pods. It looks great.
The Emergency shelter is quite basic and small, but that’s the whole point of it. It has a mattress on the floor, and an open view bathroom at the end of the room.
Fallout Shelter was probably my favourite bunker out of all. It is very clean and organised, and has some really nice lighting. It has two bunk beds, a kitchen and seating area.
Military Base Epsilon
Another clean, one room bunker. It has some shelves, desks and a terminal which doesn’t work. However it is a nice looking bunker, and you could customise this one to your liking.
The Root Cellar has looks like a half completed bunker. It has a single bed, a safe with some supplies inside and a lot of junk and mess. Has a lot of realism though and suits the Fallout universe.
The Sewer Garage is the largest bunker of all. It has a main room, with a whole in the wall which leads you through a corridor to a large muddy room. This bunker has a lot of potential, and is a great choice for a new base!
Finally, the Storage Warehouse. This bunker is pretty clean and rectangular, and has a lot of open space. It’s great for customising. There is a safe with some resources inside, as well as a small hole in the wall which is a great place to store objects.