How to Repair Power Armor in Fallout 4?

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Fallout 4 Credits: Bethesda Game Studios

Fallout 4 is a famous game in the gaming community. As the name suggests, it is the fourth game in the series. This was one of their hit games in the series, such a hit that it just got remade for the PlayStation 5.

The game has won multiple awards, such as the BAFTA Games Award for Best Game, the D.I.C.E Award for Game of The Year, the Interactive Achievement Award for Outstanding Achievement in Game Direction, and last but not least Interactive Achievement Award for Role Playing Game of the year. Except for the first award, which was received in the year of 2016 rest others were received in the year 2015. 

  • Release Date: 9th November 2015
  • Available on: PlayStation, Xbox, and PC

To play on PlayStation, you can play it on a PlayStation 4 and a PlayStation 5, but unfortunately, you will not be able to play it on PlayStation 3. And to play on Xbox, you can play on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, and even Xbox Cloud gaming. To play on a PC, you can buy it from Steam.

Do check out the minimum required specifications so that you don’t have any sort of hiccups and can have a smooth butter experience. This is, of course, for the people who will try the game for the first time.

Fallout 4
Fallout 4 Credits: Bethesda Game Studios
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2300 2.8 GHz/ AMD Phenom II X4 945 3.0 Ghz or equivalent.
  • Memory: 8GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 550 Ti 2GB/ AMD Radeon HD 7870 2GB or equivalent 
  • Storage: 30GB available space

Requirements to Fix Power Armor

Depending on what equipment is being repaired, different parts will be required to repair the items. Most equipment will require steel, but some of the other advanced armor will require other elements, which tend to be rare. These materials must be found and got before going for repair. 

The game makes it easier for the players as it shows a list of items needed to fix a particular piece of equipment. As long as you have all the elements needed for the repair, you will be good to go and also are willing to use those resources for the repair of your Power Armor.

How to repair Power Armor in Fallout 4?

Many people do run into the problem of not knowing how to repair their armor. There are a bunch of steps that need to be followed to fix the problem. Using the following steps, you can repair the Power Armor and continue having a great experience with the game.

Fallout 4
Power Armor Station

Step 1. You will have to find a Power Armor Station. It only makes sense that you search for a Power Armor Station to repair your Power Armor. The Power Armor Stations are very commonly found in places like settlements and garages, which can be found all over the Commonwealth and also at Brotherhood Of Steel bases. 

Step 2. Once you get to the Power Armor Station, then you need to go and exit the power armor by holding the button, depending on what you are playing on. For PlayStation, you have to press the X button.

For Xbox, you have to press the A button, and for PC, you have to press the E button. The most important key detail to follow is that you need to be very close to the Armor Power Station when exiting from the Power Armor.

Step 3. After exiting from Power Armor at the Power Armor Station, you should see something pop up on the screen letting you go to the Crafting Menu. You need to select the Crafting option, and that can be done on the PlayStation by clicking the X button. On Xbox, click the A button and E on PC.

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Crafting Menu in Fallout 4

Step 4. In the Crafting Menu, you need to select Power Armor from the menu that is being displayed. After selecting Power Armor, you can go by all the equipped items as armor and look at their health on the left side, and this will help you find equipment that needs to be fixed.

When you find something that has to be fixed for PlayStation, press the Triangle button. For Xbox, press the Y button, and on PC, use the T key.

Also read: Fallout 76 Season 4: The Next Big Update, Gameplay Rewamped

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