Fallout 4: Nuka-World is an extension for the 2015 post-apocalyptic action video game Fallout 4. It was released on Aug 30, 2016 and developed by Bethesda Game Studios for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
It is set in the eponymous fictional amusement park Nuka-World in the year 2287. As per game story it has The Nuka-World power plant which is located directly west of the Galactic Zone, in the northwest part of the game map, it can be seen from a distance as it is placed at a small rocky hill.
Nuka-World itself is divided into smaller parts, and can be explored by the player
Nuka-Town, U.S.A.: It is the park’s central hub, made up of restaurants, souvenir stores, and sideshows; Kiddie Kingdom, a fantasy setting, featuring a central castle, fairground rides, and a candy theme throughout, has been overrun by ghouls.
Dry Rock Gulch: This is a wild west-themed area, featuring roller coasters and animatronics gunslingers which has been infested with a parasitic larvae known as Bloodworms.
Safari Adventure, a wildlife enclosure filled with exotic animals that have since turned feral.
The Galactic Zone, a space-themed section populated by customized robots that have malfunctioned and reverted to their military specifications long before;
Nuka-Cola bottling plant, a model Nuka-Cola factory offering guided tours and samples of Nuka-Cola products that have since leached into the environment and triggered additional mutations in the local fauna.
The Layout of Nuka Power Plant
The outside of the plant is quiet place but you can hear the noise of wild crawling of animals like cows. The trail through the plant consists of a linear path with some twists and sharp turns. Below are some Nuka-mixer stations, as well as a pair of Nuka-World disciples, operators or packs. The basement also has a room containing a terminal with a set of fully leveling power shields. At the upstairs office you can find a desk with a pool table and a terminal on it. You can see a vault in the corner behind the desk.
Playing at Nuka Power Plant
The expedition begins with Shank, who informs you that a gang has left and taken control of the park’s power station, an area already closed. Only this or the open session can restore park power.
A closed door on the roof requires a key to open it. Behind the door is power restoring controls to the rest of the Nuka-World. The key can only be obtained from the boss who betrays the only survivor during the power play. The door is also unlocked upon completion of the open session.
Rides in Nuka Power Plant
- Cart Ride
- Cup Ride
- Ferris Wheel
- Rocket Ride
- Train (Little)
- Rocket Ride
- Bottle Rocket
- Handy Whirl
- Galaxy Ride