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Fallout: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Power Armor

Power Armor is an iconic element of the Falloutfranchise. Owning a suit in any game immediately enhances the player’s ability to survive, take down powerful enemies, and provides a number of useful features. When someone thinks of Bethesda's post-apocalyptic franchise, they are likely to imagine the T-45 or another Power Armor iteration.

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Yet there’s a lot of things about these devices that seem rather strange when placed under scrutiny. Between the lack of useful features, lore-breaking mechanics, and other oddities, some things about Power Armor don’t make sense.

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For a Power Armor to be usable, the wearer needs to keep it supplied with Fusion Cores. The problem is that Fusion Cores burn out and need to be replaced. In fact, a single Fusion Core will last only 10 hours in-game.

Assuming that each Fusion Core would weigh a few pounds in real-life, this would create a logistical nightmare for soldiers on the frontlines for weeks at a time. There would need to be a soldier in Power Armor dedicated entirely to carrying Fusion Cores for everyone else.

9 Integrated Fusion Cores Vs Expendables

Another interesting wrinkle with powering Power Armor is that, according to the lore, it used to be done with integrated Fusion Cores. These integrated units would keep the Power Armor running for 100 years before needing to be replaced.

Yet for whatever reason, every Power Armor utilizes expendable Fusion Cores that only last 10 hours. Granted, it could be the Fusion Cores lost some power over the years they sat idle; however, it’s hard to imagine the Enclave or another technologically advanced faction wouldn’t have solved this problem and integrated new integrated Fusion Cores given the obvious tactical advantage they provide.

8 Why Aren’t There More Industrial Based Models

It seems the vast majority of Power Armors are designed with combat scenarios in mind. While this obviously makes sense given the protection and carrying capacity, it doesn’t explain why this technology wasn’t used in other industries.

There does exist an Excavator Power Armor for mining purposes, but only one design was created and ever used. No one thought to expand on that and make suits of Power Armor for other industrial applications? It is either an oversight or patent laws are really tricky in this universe.

7 No Defensive Turrets

Power Armor boasts a variety of features and effects that are designed to keep the wearer safe and make them more lethal in combat. However, one glaring oversight is defensive features should the wearer be distracted or possible incapacitated in any way.

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With the advancement in robotics, AI, and weapon technology, it seems strange no one thought to put automated shoulder-mounted cannons similar to Predators. All it would take is one well-placed AI-controlled turret to keep anyone from sneaking up on someone in Power Armor.

6 One Size Fits All

A strange feature of Power Armor is that one size seems to fit all. It doesn’t matter who puts it on, the Power Armor is guaranteed to fit them. In fact, it seems the only individual who couldn’t put one on is Strong from Fallout 4.

Tall, short, wide, or skinny, it doesn’t matter as anyone can step up and hop inside. Perhaps this was to make it so anyone could use a suit, but the lore states that soldiers were trained specifically to use Power Armor. The suits were also designed to fit the soldiers' measurements exactly to act like it was an extension of their own body.

5 Power Armor Used To Be Usable Long-Term

The lore of the games states that Power Armor used to have the Fusion Cores integrated into the suit and could last 100 years. They could also recycle urine to provide the wearer with clean drinking water. This allowed soldiers to wear the Power Armor for weeks at a time without having to take them off.

Yet in-game the player is constantly switching out Fusion Cores because they only last 10 hours and the player needs to provide their own water from external sources. Maybe these features degraded over the years and the Fusion Cores are old, but 10 hours is a huge difference from 100 years.

4 HUD With No Helmet

In Fallout 4, Power Armor generated a Heads Up Display to provide the wearer with useful information about the suit and their own health. Yet whenever the player removes just the helmet of the Power Armor, the HUD remains.

There doesn’t seem to be a projection from the chest unit or the frame itself. The HUD also doesn’t appear when an NPC is wearing Power Armor without a helmet. There is no apparent reason for the HUD to appear at all and yet it magically does every time.

3 They’re Capable Of Stealth

A set of T-45 armor weighs almost a hundred pounds of metal and requires powerful hydraulics and servos to keep it upright and allow the wearer to carry even more weight. The result is a large and bulky vehicle that should make a ton of noise when moving.

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Despite all that, a player wearing a suit of Power Armor is perfectly capable of sneaking up on an enemy. Granted, it’s a touch harder, but one would think stealth would be near impossible with parts hissing and booted feet clunking to the floor. This is even true for the old clunky models like the T-45 that were not designed for stealth.

2 No Power Armor In Vaults

Considering Power Armor is the pinnacle of personal defense and offense, it’s rather strange that not a single suit resides in a Vault. While it makes sense in the experimental Vaults, they don’t even make an appearance in the Vaults intended to function properly.

It only makes sense that Vault-Tec would want at least one or two per Vault to protect the Overseer, protect the Vault from incursions, act as peacekeepers, or at the very least secure their investments.

1 The Armor Survives Fusion Core Detonations

The strangest fact about Power Armor is that it is capable of withstanding the detonation of its Fusion Core while it’s still inside the suit. A Deathclaw can rip the thing to pieces, causing the player to be left in nothing but a frame, but a Fusion Core going off has no effect?

Despite a mini nuclear explosion occurring in the center of the frame, the thing will be intact afterward as if nothing happened. Sure, it forces the wearer to leave the suit, but it’s a miracle they are still standing after such a catastrophe.

NEXT: 5 Video Game Characters With The Best Power Armor (& 5 Too Badass To Need It)

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Fallout: 10 Things You Never Knew About Power Armor

Power Armor is seen as the pinnacle weapon and armor in the Falloutseries. Once the player obtains their own set of Power Armor, they effectively become a death-dealing juggernaut that’s hard to put down.

RELATED: Top 10 Legendary Armor Effects In Fallout 4

While a lot has been revealed about Power Armor and its long history in the games, there is a lot the average gamer might not be aware of. Whether it’s the origins of this ferocious weapon or the lore-friendly mechanics, here are some things many players probably don’t know about.

10 Was Invented Due To Combat Vehicle Shortage

The incentive behind inventing Power Armor was due to a shortage of vehicles in the US military. This was largely due to a resource crisis the United States was experiencing that caused a decline in the production and deployment of combat vehicles like tanks and jeeps.

Power Armor used fewer resources to produce and could be deployed in larger quantities much more easily. The nuclear-based energy of the Power Armor also freed up crude oil for other efforts.

9 Used To Run On Small Energy Cells

Interestingly, the initial designs of the Power Armor used Small Energy Cells to power the device. These Energy Cells depleted very rapidly when used and at the time were expensive to produce.

To offset the absurd costs and logistical nightmare of constantly replenishing the Energy Cells, a Fusion Core was developed. This crude Nuclear Device was integrated into the suit of armor and later iterations were capable of powering a suit of Power Armor for 100 years.

8 Were Responsible For US Dominating In The Sino-American War

Once the T-45 was produced and rolled out, it very quickly shifted the balance of power during the Sino-American War. US soldiers in Power Armor were able to very quickly and efficiently eliminate the Chinese forces.

Even though the Chinese had superior and more numerous tanks, the Power Armor was much more mobile and capable of handling anti-tank weaponry. As more and more suits were produced, it was apparent the Chinese were quickly losing the war.

7 China Invented The Stealth Power Armor

In response to the US wave of Power Armor, the Chinese set about inventing their own suit of armor. For whatever reason, they opted to develop suits that were meant for stealth rather than straight forward combat.

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The Hēi Guǐ, or Black Ghost Stealth Armor, was the initial prototype released by China. It was smaller, lighter, and meant to render the wearer nearly invisible. Before mass production could begin, the US obtained some of the units and reverse engineered them in their Anchorage facilities.

6 It Took 45 Iterations To Get Right

An interesting concept many players overlook is the fact that the first full use suit of Power Armor was the T-45. This means the 45th iteration was the first capable enough to be mass-produced and used in combat scenarios.

This means there were 44 models produced that were never deployed or used in any fashion, likely due to flaws or limitations in the design. The game’s lore makes no mention of these earlier models and no evidence of them or their schematics exists anywhere.

5 The Most Advanced Models Were Meant For The Secret Service

While Power Armor was designed for soldiers on the frontlines of the Sino-American war, they were quickly commissioned for the defense of the US president. In fact, the most advanced models invented prior to the bombs falling were for this purpose.

The T-65 and X-01 are these suits of armor. The T-65 existed on paper but was never produced prior to the bombs. The X-01, which was a departure from the more traditional T-series, did see a few suits produced prior to the bombs.

4 The Enclave Hellfire Armor Is The Most Advanced

According to the lore of the games, the most advanced Power Armor is the Hellfire. Developed by the Enclave in Fallout 76, this suit of armor is a combination of pre-War and post-War research.

The lion’s share of the pre-War research was done at Adams Air Force Base and was on track to being one of the most mass-produced suits in the military. Once the Enclave discovered the research, they expanded upon it and began producing these advanced suits as quickly as possible.

3 The T-45 Was Meant To Be Temporary

Interestingly, the T-45 was only meant to be a temporary line of Power Armor. It was the first released design, had some defects and flaws, and as soon as it was released, scientists set about designing replacements.

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Ultimately, the T-45 proved surprisingly effective and durable in combat, leading teams to create upgrades to overcome its flaws. The T-45 ended up becoming a staple of the US military and continued mass production long after superior designs were invented.

2 Designed With Anti-Theft If The Wearer Dies

One of the features implemented in Power Armor was an anti-theft measure. If the wearer dies for any reason, the Power Armor will lock up and become inaccessible. This is a feature that was seen in Fallout 4 when an enemy wearing one would die.

This was done by the US military to prevent Chinese soldiers from accessing and using the Power Armor. It likely also hindered efforts to reverse engineer the items as the entire thing would have to be hauled away at a dead weight. It also incentivized the engineers to make them as durable as possible so they wouldn’t have to replace the ones that were destroyed in combat.

1 Only Two Factions Can Build New Ones

While Power Armor appears throughout the Fallout series and multiple factions have their own custom pieces, only two manufacture new ones. The Brotherhood of Steel and Enclave both have the means to produce new Power Armor.

While the Brotherhood of Steel has manufacturing capabilities, it is likely they place a high priority on obtaining ones already built. The Enclave, on the other hand, is constantly tweaking and enhancing the design to gain an edge on other factions.

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Power Armor (Fallout)

Fictional armored exoskeleton in the post-apocalyptic Fallout video game franchise

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A replica of Fallout Power Armor, center

PublisherInterplay Entertainment, Bethesda Softworks
First appearanceFallout(1997)
TypePowered exoskeleton
FunctionCombat

Power Armor, also referred to as powered combat infantry armor, is a type of powered exoskeleton that appears in the post-apocalypticFalloutvideo game franchise. In the fictional lore of the series, it was developed before the Great War, a devastating nuclear conflict, by a group of United Statesdefense contractors called West Tek. It not only allows for protection from enemy fire but enables the wearer to carry extremely heavy weapons and other objects with ease. Power Armor has been called an iconic aspect of Fallout, and has featured as an item in every game in the series. In Fallout 4, Power Armor was notably more heavily integrated into gameplay, with suits becoming customizable, interactable objects in the game world that the player climbs into rather than typical clothing, and requiring power cells to use.[1]

Merchandise[edit]

A Power Armor figurine made by Japanese toymaker ThreeZero was released in 2016 for nearly $400.[2] A $200 version of Fallout 76 known as the Power Armor Edition was bundled with a replica Power Armor helmet. While its appearance was praised as "top notch", aspects such as the paint job and voice box were criticized as "cheap", and the visor as difficult to see through.[3] While not part of the Power Armor Edition, red "Nuka-Cola" helmets sold at GameStop were recalled due to mold contamination, said to be part of a "comedy of errors" surrounding the game's release.[4]

Reception[edit]

Patricia Hernandez of Kotaku called the Power Armor of Fallout 4 "better than ever". She stated that in early Fallout games, Power Armor had to be earned, but "turned you into an unstoppable force, capable of changing the entire world around you". This meant that she was initially "disgusted" by the design decision to give the player Power Armor only a couple of hours into their adventure, also thinking that it was "overindulgent" to "just give the player Power Armor and a minigun so quickly". However, after traversing the game's Glowing Sea area, an irradiated wasteland only safe to traverse by Power Armor and radiation suits, she realized that that "lumbering through that desolate wasteland in my Power Armor was something unlike anything I’ve ever experienced in a Fallout game before." She stated that "the only way Bethesda could keep things interesting with Power Armor was to reinvent it, to change our relationship to it," and added that, "in a way, Fallout 4 makes Power Armor feel more like a vintage car than a piece of armor" due to its customization features.[5]

However, Richard Stanton of VG247 criticized the wider availability of Power Armor in Fallout 4, saying that "Power Armor has changed from being an endgame item, or at least something you had to work for, into a power-up." Stating that "Power Armor felt like a real prize: something to be lusted after and, only after a long road, finally acquired," he stated, with regards to Fallout 4, that "it struck me as bizarre [...] to introduce the post-apocalypse in such an OTT set-piece – not only sticking you in the iconic armor but then setting up a low-level Deathclaw to get mowed down." He also criticized the fact that Power Armor was commonly used by enemies, saying that "Raiders, opportunist thieves" were "sauntering about in nuclear-powered armor suits."[6]

In Fallout 4, players were noted to have created collections of Power Armor in concert with the game's base-building features.[1] A controversy arose when the Fallout 4Creation Club featured Power Armor suits, such as the Hellfire Armor, for a premium cost that had already been modded into the game.[7]

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Fallout 4: How to Get Out of Your Power Armor

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So you’ve got yourself a badass suit of armor to protect yourself from the Wasteland’s dangers in Fallout 4. You’re roaming around, you’re kicking ass, you’re carrying a massive minigun of destruction. But let’s say you miss your created character’s face. Let’s say you’re just trying to go to a nice party with some settlement friends and don’t want to spook the hell out of them with your suit on. Here’s everything you need to know to get out of Power Armor in Fallout 4.

Getting out of the suit isn’t as simple as getting in, I’m afraid. Fallout 4 doesn’t do that good of a job at telling you how to get the hell out; a wanderer can get a bit claustrophobic.

Getting Out of Power Armor in Fallout 4

To get out of Power Armor in Fallout 4, simply hold down the same button you used to get in — that’s A on Xbox, X on PlayStation or E on PC.

If you’ve changed your control scheme from the default, then you’ll simply need to press and hold that button again. Upon doing so, you’ll watch a quick animation of your character climbing out the back of the Power Armor suit, so you can freely move around without the big clunky suit on once more.

Freedom! Look at your beautiful face once more! Ah, the fresh smell of nuclear waste.

If you’re looking for tips on getting in and out of Power Armor in Fallout 76 — the multiplayer title that takes place in Appalachia — be sure to head over to our guide on that. Though, spoilers, you’ll do it in the exact same way as you do in Fallout 4.

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Fallout 4 Power Armor repair, modding, and location guide

Fallout 4 Power Armour is available in the early hours – a departure from its late-game appearance in previous Fallout titles. That doesn’t mean it’s a game-changer from the off, though. Scavenging the Fallout 4 wastes will have you discover Power Armour in varying states of battle-readiness. Sometimes you’ll need to completely rework the scrap you find in some abandoned garage, and sometimes you’ll find pristine sets of the life-saving plating. Below, you’re going to find a quick guide to how to find, repair and modify your essential defensive equipment, as well as a few locations on where to find some armour to get you started.  

There are a few vital things you need to make sure you have in your possession when you step out into the nuke-blasted wilds of the 23rd century Commonwealth. You need a fresh supply of water, you need a powerful gun (with surplus ammo) and you need Fallout 4 Power Armour. Practically everything around you wants you dead: the local flora and fauna have evolved to be indiscriminately lethal, and if you’re not well protected you’ll die in minutes – if not seconds.

Fallout 4 Power Armor Basics

The foundation of the Power Armour suit is a skeletal frame that you can add parts to. To get a complete suit, you'll need to tack on arms, legs, a head, and a torso. You'll also need a Fusion Core to get it moving. If you don't have a core, the suit is basically useless as you're forced to crawl along.

The perks of roaming around in a clunky metal suit are numerous. For a start, you'll take less damage, you won't be injured if you jump or fall from a great height, and the effects of radiation won't be as severe. You'll also be able to carry more items while wearing it.

While all of those bonuses might have you itching to stuff yourself inside of a suit for the entirety of the game, it's worth noting that any action that uses AP points will drain the Fusion Core, and they aren't exactly plentiful. Power Armour is best saved for difficult encounters and quests, and it's advisable to always carry a spare fusion core.

If you leave your suit at a base or out in the wilderness with a fusion core installed, anyone who takes a shine to it can hop inside and take it for a spin. So either be sure to extract the core when you park it up, or you can leave it in so that your settlers can fend off raiders in style.

You'll receive your first Power Armour suit just down the road from Sanctuary, in the town of Concord. Head to the Museum of Freedom and pick up the quest When Freedom Calls. You'll get yourself a free set of Power Armour for your trouble.

Fallout 4 Power Armor Repairs 

Once you've got yourself a Power Armour suit, head to a settlement with a Power Armour Station like Sanctuary or the Red Rocket Truck Stop. Whilst wearing the Power Armour, walk yourself into the yellow frame of the station, then press and hold the relevant button to exit.

When you're out, your armour will have automatically reoriented itself to face outwards, ready for tinkering. To interact with the Power Armour station, look at the yellow frame. The options to craft and transfer will now be available to select.

First off, you'll want to repair the components. Interact with the station and scroll down through the list of parts. The health of each part is displayed in a box to the left. If the part is damaged, the repair option will be highlighted at the bottom of the screen. Various materials will be needed in order to repair your Power Armour, but for the most part you'll just need steel which you can easily obtain by scrapping metal items around your settlements.

Fallout 4 Power Armor Mods

To craft the best Power Armour mods, you'll need to invest some points into the Blacksmith, Armourer, and Science! perks.

You can upgrade the base stats of parts by switching between models.

Selecting a material mod will bestow certain attributes - usually when the entire suit is kitted out with the same material mod.

The upgrades for misc mods are generally directly related to the part being upgraded, like increased sprint speed for leg pieces.

The materials you'll need for Power Armour mods are the same as those you'd require for regular armour crafting, so be sure to stock up on junk and stash it in your workshop before you hunker down for some serious crafting.

For more info on how to change the paint job for your Power Armour, check out the locations of the Hot Rodder magazines to unlock them.

You'll notice that there are a few different types of Power Armour available for you to swan around killing everything in. Here are the five types of Power Armour and how you can get them.

Raider Power Armour

The Raider Power Armour is usually found being worn by Raider minibosses, and is the weakest of the sets. You won't be able to extricate their corpses from the armour after a fight, so just take the parts, repair them at a station and pop them onto a suit you already have.

You can find a full set of Raider Power Armour at the waypoint simply named Cave in the Glowing Sea in the southwest corner of the map.

T-45 Power Armour

The T-45 Power Armour is likely the first set you'll come across when you leave Sanctuary. You'll find it in Concord during the quest When Freedom Calls.

T-51 Power Armour

The T-51 Power Armour is the next step up from the T-45, and once you hit level 15, you'll find T-51 parts at locations that would have otherwise spawned T-45 parts.

You can find a full set on a barge to the east of the Pickman Gallery.

T-60 Power Armour

The T-60 Power Armour is next in order of strength, and you can get your hands on it by joining The Brotherhood of Steel. If you don't want to join them, you can buy it at Atom Cats Garage, but it won't be cheap.

X-01 Power Armour

This is the unicorn of all Power Armour - it's the hardest to find and the most powerful of the bunch. If you head to one of the locations for this armour and your level is too low, you'll find the T-60 set instead. Aim for level 30 and above before going in search of this one.

You can buy or steal parts from Rowdy at the Atom Cats Garage. If you'd rather not spend any caps or mess up your karma, the easiest place to get it is at the South Boston military checkpoint.

After taking out a couple of raiders, head around the side of the building and you'll spot the power armour behind a locked door. The set will change depending on your level, so if you're 30 or higher, this is the simplest way to get the best power armour in the game.

The terminal to open it is expert level, so hack it and bask in the magnificence of your new toy.

Alternatively, you can head east of Diamond City, towards Custom House Tower, until you reach Court 35. Take the lift to the top, and after confronting a hardcore Assaultron and Sentry Robot, you'll find the armour on the roof. Press the red buttons in the rooms the robots came out of to access it.

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Provides Last Endurance, Eliminate Low-battery Anxiety

13200mAh Massive Battery

Comes with a 13200mAh massive battery inside supporting almost 5 days daily use with a single full charge and backs you up to tackle complex work, play intense games, making power drain is a thing of past. 33W wired fast speed charging and 15W wireless charging are always ready to refuel. OTG function makes PC-less data transmission possible while the enabled 5W wireless reverse charging makes Power Armor 13 worked as a little charging station to power other electronic devices in emergency.

The industry-leading rugged phone meets a whole list of advanced performance standards, including IP68, IP69K, MIL-STD-810G. It is tough enough to withstand water, dust, and sudden drop, so you have nothing to worry about no matter what harsh environment you encounter.

Headset-free FM Radio

Power Armor 13 possesses an antenna for FM radio internally, the loud and clear FM radio will play directly once you enable FM radio without plugging in headphone any longer. When you're camping outdoors, sonorous and pleasant melodies will play out to increase atmosphere.

Make Measure Has Never Been Easier

Infrared Distance Measure

Incorporated into infrared distance measure function, infrared rays built-in establish depth to support measuring length, area, volume, pythagoras. Accurate as tape but much easier and intelligent. Change the way you measure, start from Ulefone Power Armor 13!

Endoscope Supported

Features an expansion interface for connecting with flexible endoscope on the left. It can be used with endoscope to peek into hard-to-see areas, narrow or confined areas at home or outdoors to clean HVAC, vent pipes, car engines, air conditioners, sofa corners, bathtub pipes, toilets and etc. thoroughly.

Activate Zello with Custom Key

A customized key on the left side that has been configured to active Push-to-Talk app (Zello) by long pressing. Or you can also optionally set the button to quick access to recording, flashlight, screenshot, underwater photography, SOS emergency call and many other apps.

Digital Toolkit

Versatile Companion for Your Adventure

Useful tools on Power Armor 13 offer a great deal of support when you’re performing building construction, going hiking and doing other outdoor activities.

6.81” Full HD+ Screen
Broader Vision

6.81-inch FHD+ screen bringing high screen-to-body ratio is a treat for the eye, delivering you immersive visual experience, stunning color and crisp images. Exquisite glass makes wonderful show fully and provides stunning look.

Gives You Smooth Experience

MediaTek Helio G95 Processor

Powered by MediaTek Helio G95 chipset featuring two powerful Arm Cortex-A76 cores clocked up to 2.05 GHz, plus six Cortex-A55 efficiency-focused cores, gives you fast and smooth action and ensures your smartphone always keeps up with your browsing speed.

8GB RAM + 256GB ROM

Massive Storage
Enjoy More

Paired with 8GB RAM which is capable of making multi-tasking streaming videos run as smooth as they can be, and even the most demanding gaming standards can be easily met, 256GB internal storage allows a mass of videos, musics, apps being stored, played or run without impediment. Work more, play more and storage more!

Extraordinary Scenery Can Be Caught

Versatile 48MP Quad Camera System

Turns your every day pictures into epic moments. With a 48MP high definition camera, a 8MP wide angle camera, a 2MP macro camera and a 2MP sub camera, this super camera system gives you the freedom to capture the treasure and beauty of the world.

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Experience New Android Experience

A New OS Based on Android 11

Power Armor 13 runs the latest Android 11 OS out of box, it's easy to view important information and manage conversations. In this OS version, Lots of interesting features are added, new system optimization to makes your phone run more smoothly and steadily. Along with mighty MediaTek Helio G95 chipset, you will gain a smoother and stable Android using experience.

Supports 2.4/5GHz Dual-band WiFi, Global Frequency Bands

Dual 4G LTE Dual VoLTE

Supports dual sim dual standby, 2.4/5GHz dual-band WiFi, and global frequency bands. It allows you to relax in private space and then be able to treat your life and work with greater enthusiasm and inclusiveness. And it also makes dual 4G dual VoLTE come true, enables you to switch between two 4G networks seamlessly and make HD calls from either SIM. Now you can receive messages or surf the Internet while making phone call.

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Fallout New Vegas: How to Get Power Armor Training

The Fallout series is filled with classic weapons and armor, but none are quite as popular as Power Armor. It's integral to the franchise, as shown by the fact that Power Armor was the first asset developed for Fallout 4. In Fallout 3 and 4, the Brotherhood of Steel have a big presence that can’t be missed and there are even remnants of Enclave Power Armor. This makes the powerful mecha suits easy to obtain in those games as you can generally just follow the main quest.

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They were recently added to Fallout 76, too, with a brand new questline. The BoS are mostly absent from Fallout: New Vegas and do not play a central role in the Mojave. However, you can still find a group of BoS soldiers and get a full set of Power Armor. It's extremely strong, so you should find it before tackling some of the great quests you might have missed.

Step 1. Either Get Lockpicking to 100 Or Meet Veronica

To gain access to the Brotherhood of Steel’s bunker, you will need to be level 100 at lockpicking. However, if you don’t want to level up that skill, you can also find a companion called Veronica.

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She is an undercover Brotherhood Scribe in the 188 Trading Post. Recruit her as your companion as she can grant you access to the bunker. She might not be the best permanent companion in Fallout: New Vegas, but Veronica is certainly useful for this quest.

Step 2. Travel to Hidden Valley Bunker

The Hidden Valley Bunker is located South West of Sloan, a mining settlement just outside of Goodsprings. Travel to the bunker and you will see that there a few different entrances. Find the entrance carved into a hill with a tree stump on it. Once you are inside, go down the stairs and Veronica will interact with the intercom to gain access to the Brotherhood’s base.

Step 3. Speak with Ramos

Ramos is the guard you will meet when you first enter the Bunker. Finish the conversation with him amicably and make your way to the Elder as he suggests. Remember where he is, as Ramos is an important part of some other Brotherhood quests that you will complete.

Step 4. Help Elder McNamara or Head Paladin Hardin

Elder McNamara will request your help in finding the lost holotapes on some dead Brotherhood soldiers across the wasteland. If you leave the room to start this quest, a man named Hardin will approach you. He will ask for your help in overthrowing the Elder. Either path will grant you a suit of Power Armor and the necessary training, so follow whichever you prefer.

Step 5. Complete the Initiation Quest

Once you have either helped or overthrown McNamara, you will be given a quest to initiate you into the Brotherhood. If you helped McNamara, this quest is Eyesight to the Blind. If you helped Head Paladin Hardin, it is Tend to Your Business. Once you have completed either quest, you will be granted a set of T-45d Power Armor. You will also receive the perk Power Armor Training, which is required to use it.

With that, you can now venture through the Mojave, safe in the knowledge that you have some of the best armor in Fallout: New Vegas. However, there are plenty of other unique armor items in New Vegas that you should find.

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