Watch Fallout 4's "Charisma" Video to Avoid Getting a Fork Stuck in Your Eye
"The wasteland will be a distrustful place, full of unsavory characters and few morals."
Bethesda has published the next installment in the Fallout 4 "S.P.E.C.I.A.L." video series, this one focusing on Charisma and why it's important to cultivate it to survive in a post-apocalyptic world.
As you'll see in the video, boosting your charisma stats can be very beneficial in the wasteland. You can use your charisma to charm people (and animals), and can even use your skills to help in bartering negotiations or to convince people to do your bidding. If you lack charisma, you may end up with a fork in your eye.
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This is the fourth video in the S.P.E.C.I.A.L series. Catch up on the previous videos through these links: Strength, Perception, Endurance. Next week's will highlight Intelligence, while three additional movies will follow in the weeks thereafter.
Recently, Bethesda announced post-launch content release plans for the game, which include regular free updates, paid DLC, mods, and more. In addition, you can watch Fallout 4 composer Inon Zur play the game's theme music in this stunning video. On top of that, the game's Xbox One file size has been revealed and Bethesda has confirmed the game's DLC will not be exclusive to any one platform.
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