Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout Easter Egg: How To Get The Fallout 4 Vault Suit

Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout Easter Egg: How To Get The Fallout 4 Vault Suit
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Written by 

Dave McAdam


23rd Mar 2022 13:28

As is becoming a tradition with Bethesda games, Ghostwire Tokyo has some Easter eggs that reference other games published by the studio. Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout Easter egg is just one of those and this guide will show you how to get your hands on the Fallout 4 Vault Suit.

Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout Easter Egg: When Can You Get It?

Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout: when can you get it
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In order to get your hands on the Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout 4 Vault Suit, you need to make a little bit of progress through the game. During Chapter 3, you will need to get to the top of the building above Shibuya Station. After getting up there and cleansing the Kuo Shrine, a side mission will unlock just west of the building. The mission is called The Crimson Moon and is started by visiting a ringing payphone.

Once you finish with the Kuo Shrine, you can easily drop down the west side of the building to reach the payphone. If you haven’t noticed yet, there is no fall damage in Ghostwire Tokyo, so feel free to jump from rooftops to your heart’s content.


Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout Easter Egg: How To Get It

Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout: how to get it
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The Ghostwire Fallout 4 Vault Suit is a reward for completing the side mission, which is a relatively simple one. First, grab the watch from the lockers behind the payphone. You now need to head to three locations, each at the top of a tall building. This is a platforming challenge, and the game only gives you the general area of where you need to get to.

For each location, look for the highest point within the circle on your map and get climbing. When you get close, K.K. will point out the spot you need to get to. Go there and activate the scanner watch. Point it at the moon and that’s the job done. Get all three, then head back to the payphone to complete the mission.

Report your findings to Ed and you will be rewarded with the Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout 4 Vault Suit. Now you can explore Tokyo dressed as your favourite post-apocalyptic wanderer.


Dave McAdam
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Dave McAdam
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