Fallout 4

he Commonwealth in Fallout 4 is a sprawling wasteland, full of fascinating places to explore and interesting people to meet and possibly kill, depending on how much you like what they’re wearing. Because it’s a huge game, players could take months to fully explore every nook and cranny that it has to offer. While the main quests take you through a lot of the bigger settlements and points of interest in Fallout 4, we’re willing to bet that there are more than a few radioactive stones that you’ve left unturned. With that in mind, here are a few choice locations off the beaten (and bombed) path in order to provide you with some fun distractions. Just pray that no Deathclaws wander into these areas.
The parking garage dungeon/maze is located next to Milton General Hospital. Should you choose to venture into this labyrinthine structure, be warned that it’s a pretty long maze full of puzzles, so you should definitely save your game before heading into the building. But for those of you with enough gumption (and what we assume is a large supply of Stimpaks and ammo), there are locked-door puzzles, creepy mannequins, and traps aplenty waiting for you inside. The general vibe in the garage is like that of the Dunwich Building in Fallout 3. If that name rings a bell to you, then you’ve 
The rocket shed
Killing Deathclaws and fending off raiders is hard work, so we figure you could use a little something to help you unwind. What better way to let off some steam than by sending a bunch of propane tanks screaming into the horizon before exploding? Located northeast of Relay Tower 0BB-915, the rocket shed is a dinky little shack built on a cliff.
No one knows who built the damn thing, but it’s safe to say that they were really into seeing stuff blow up. There are mini ramps facing out towards the wasteland on which you can prop the many tanks in the shed, so all you have to do is set them, shoot them, and then watch them go rocketing off in the distance, hopefully taking out a few Super Mutants when they go boom.

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