How Do You Get The Ballistic Weave In Fallout 4?
Getting the ballistic weave isn’t as easy as just starting up Fallout 4 and finding this mod off a super mutant. However, while you’re unlocking the prerequisites for this mod, you can start collecting ballistic fiber as you’re exploring and doing quests. You can receive up to 2 ballistic fibers for scrapping a military ammo bag, military-grade duct tape, and piezonuclear liner. These are all items you can find throughout the world, so do not sell them as junk to a vendor if you’re looking to use the ballistic weave mod in Fallout 4.
Before you decide if the ballistic weave mod is worth getting, you need to decide if upgrading military-themed armor, such as the army fatigues or military fatigues or the minuteman outfit, is worth your time. You can also upgrade the baseball uniform, battered fedora, and newsboy cap. Once you’ve decided that it’s worth getting the ballistic weave mod, then you should start working up your armorer perk. Getting to rank 4 means you can maximize the potential of the ballistic weave mod.
Unfortunately, for those who don’t want to be a part of the Railroad, you would need to gain access to them through both the Tradecraft and Freedom Road quests (you need to do both).
You would then need to do one of the Railroad safe-house quests once you’re a member. After that, you need to speak to PAM in the Railroad HQ. She is the robot in the Railroad HQ, also known as Predictive Analytical Machine, who gives you jackpot missions.
Once you’ve done all these rather annoying prerequisites, then it’s time to mosey your way on over to Tinker Tom who will talk to you about ballistic weave tech.
Keep in mind, you would need to talk to him after the first jackpot quest from PAM, or you may lose your chance to get the ballistic weave mod. However, if you feel this mod is worth it to you, then, by all means, do what it takes to grab the ballistic weave mod while you can!
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