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Final Fallout 4 SPECIALs trailer teaches you about luck

Bethesda has released the final Fallout 4 SPECIAL trailer, which teaches you about how to be lucky.

Ahead of the November 10 Fallout 4 release date, Bethesda has been teasing us with a series of trailers that will help players understand the seven character attributes.

These S.P.E.C.I.A.Ls will help define your character in Fallout 4, and you’re finally learning about the final trait – luck.

“The difference between whether you live or die in the post-nuclear world may depend on the flip of a coin,” explains the latest trailer. “Luck is a mysterious sort of curiosity.”

Although you might be a dab hand with a pistol or a rifle, Bethesda warns that it’s not always just about getting a good shot.

“If Lady Luck favours you though, you’ll find those critical moments a breeze.”

Related: Everything you need to know about Fallout 4

A higher level of luck will also allow you to find better stuff when you’re rummaging around around the wasteland.

After all, you need to hold on to everything shiny you find in Fallout 4.

Fallout 4 is launching for PC, Xbox One and PS4 on November 10.

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