Funniest Fallout 4 glitch showcase

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I've always heard tales of how hilariously buggy Bethesda games tend to be at launch, but I've never really experienced it first hand -- typically I wait at least a couple of months and grab Fallout or Elder Scrolls games on sale. That wasn't the case with Fallout 4 though, as I fell prey to the hype machine.

I recently got to experience first-hand the frustration of game-breaking bugs while playing through the very first main Minutemen story line quest. The quest is bugged and can't be completed without cheating and bringing up the developer console. It's a good thing I got the game on PC, because I don't know how console players get around that bug without resurrecting a raider and then re-killing him.

While it's not quite Assassin's Creed: Unity, the long-awaited Fallout 4 still has a whole lot of graphical glitches, some of which are a laugh riot and worth the frustration. From disturbing dancing bodies to a dog who likes to swim in mid-air, these are the best Fallout 4 glitches discovered so far!

Published Dec. 28th 2015
  • Samuel Smith
    Featured Contributor
    Wouldn't be a Bethesda game without the glitches! Love the collection you've put together here.

    Hopefully we'll get some fixes to the game breaking ones in the new year either by Bethesda or modders.
  • David Fisher
    Featured Columnist
    Not sure if the elevator one counts as a "funniest" glitch since plenty of people have had their saves (and entire game for that matter) glitched out as a result. It's not funny when you have to re-install to play again. :/

    The others are pretty fun though. :P
  • Ty Arthur
    Featured Contributor
    The more I play it the more I'm seeing issues like that. I haven't had to re-install yet thankfully but there's quests that are broken and design choices that are really questionable. It's a great game overall, but man these bugs are crazy. This game needed more time to bake before being pulled out and served :(

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