How to Accessorize Like The Sole Survivor

Fallout 4 Sole Survivor accessories shotgun and armor

In the post-apocalyptic world of Fallout 4, survival is a constant struggle (especially when playing on Survival difficulty).

The Sole Survivor must persevere through hunger, thirst, tiredness, illness and exhaustion.​

Not to mention the many prevalent dangers lurking around the Commonwealth, such as: Feral Ghouls, Super Mutants, Raiders, Gunners, Mirelurks, Synths, Radscorpions, Triggermen, Deathclaws, Gulpers, opposing factions, lethal levels of radiation, hostile scavengers, Anglers, Children of Atom, (gigantic) Hermit Crabs, Fog Crawlers, and even killer robots and extraterrestrials.​

Needless to say there are many weapons, items, and accessories that can be crucial to the survival of the Sole Survivor.​

Ahead we’ll take a look at some of the most relevant accessory options for the completion of any Sole Survivor costume.​

Accessories Purchasing Guide

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Guns

Melee Weapons

Settlement Decorations

Sole Survivor's accessories overview:

  • Melee weapons (knives, bats)
  • Ranged weapons (pistols, shotguns, rifles)
  • Settlement decorations

The Sole Survivor's Melee Weaponry

Fallout 4 accessories melee weapons combat knife

​Much like the many different clothing options available to the Sole Survivor, there are several different choices of weapons (long and short range) available to the Sole Survivor. We’ll take a look at the melee weapons first.

Here we have a wooden rolling pin that is an exact match to the wooden rolling pin weapon available in Fallout 4.​

This pool cue is not only the perfect weapon for bashing in the face of a Feral Ghoul, but it can also be used to metaphorically bash in your opponent's face in a friendly game of billiards.​

Here is a rubber combat knife that is a perfect match in appearance to the combat knife weapon available to the Sole Survivor in FO4.​

This natural wood baseball bat by Louisville Slugger is another excellent match to the weapons of Fallout 4.​

Long Range Weaponry

Fallout 4 accessories long range weapons sniper rifle

In addition to all of the relatively obscure melee weapons available to the Sole Survivor, there are also an unimaginable amount of firearms at the Sole Survivor’s disposal.

​These include:

  • Pistols
  • Revolvers
  • Rifles
  • Shotguns
  • Missile launchers
  • Plasma & energy weapons

In addition to the “normal” weapons you might find in Fallout 4, there are also weapons of every type with "Legendary bonuses.” I.E. Paladin Danse’s Righteous Authority, or the Silenced 10mm pistol “The Deliverer.”

Here is a sniper rifle airsoft gun that is incredibly similar to the sniper rifles found in Fallout 4.

This airsoft gun is modeled after the Mossberg and is a great match to the combat shotgun of the Sole Survivor.​

Here is a sub machine gun airsoft that is a perfect match to the sub machine guns carried by The Triggermen and available to the Sole Survivor.​

This silenced pistol is a perfect match to the Legendary weapon accessible to the Sole Survivor known as “The Deliverer.”​

Here is an airsoft gun modeled after a revolver that is a great match to the 44 cal. revolver in Fallout 4.​

Settlement Decorations

Fallout 4 accessories settlement decorations

Now that we’ve had a look at some of the weapons used by the Sole Survivor, we can move on to our final grouping of accessories.

​Settlement decorations.

Much like in the world of Fallout 4, there are accessories and decorations that are authentic to the game, but wouldn’t necessarily be carried at all times by the Sole Survivor.​

Settlement building and decoration is one of the most interesting and time-consuming activities that the Sole Survivor can take part in while not searching for his long-lost son.

So let’s take a look at the most relevant items available.

Here is an “Enlist” poster that appears within the game as a craftable decoration.​

This “Nuka-Cola” poster is also craftable within the game Fallout 4 and it’s a perfect match!​

Here is a “Brotherhood of Steel” flag that is sure to scare off any trouble making Super Mutants.

Here is a charisma bobblehead that is an exact match to the one found within Fallout 4 that not only grants a permanent stat increase, but also makes a nifty decoration.​

This energy weapons bobblehead is another perfect match to the item available to the Sole Survivor in-game.​

In the world of Fallout 4, the Sole Survivor has no shortage of beverages to consume. Ranging from water to beer, whiskey and vodka, to the preferred caffeinated soft drink of choice - Nuka Cola. Nuka Cola comes in three varieties: original, cherry and Quantum.​

This bottle of Nuka-Cola Quantum by Jones Soda is a perfect match to the soda of the same name within Fallout 4. Click here to “Zap That Thirst!”

That concludes our guide on how to accessorize like the Sole Survivor. If you haven’t already, be sure to peep our guide on how to dress like Fallout 4’s Sole Survivor. Also be sure to let us know if there’s anything you think we may have failed to include.​

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