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Get ahead of the rotting beings in Fallout 4 with Agility

Bethesda has released the latest Fallout 4 S.P.E.C.I.A.L trailer focused on the Agility trait.

Ahead of the Fallout 4 release date on November 10, Bethesda is giving us a look at all the traits within the S.P.E.C.I.A.L system.

It’s up to you how you spend skill points and develop your character over the game, but the developer is giving you a bit of insight on the perks of each trait.

And this week, it’s time to explore the Agility trait, with just Luck left to go in the video series.

“Prolonged radiation exposure may transform those above ground into decrepit rotting beings that have lost their ability to reason,” explains the latest SPECIAL video. “They will likely be without common manners, and quick to anger.”

“You must learn to take advantage of available firearms, but enthusiasm will only take you so far.”

Characters with a high Agility are able to act more decisively in the VATS weapon aiming system.

Related: Everything you need to know about Fallout 4

Agility will also help you be a lot stealthier in game, with the video explaining that a high skill level can “turn a sneak attack into a complete tactical move”.

There also seems to be a tonne of other perks to having a high agility rating including faster gun reloads, the ability to assassinate sleeping victims and deal higher damage across multiple targets.

Fallout 4 is coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC on November 10.


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