10 Best Early Game Unique Weapons In Fallout: New Vegas

10 Best Early Game Unique Weapons In Fallout: New Vegas

There are some special guns in Fallout New Vegas that can help you get through the early game. Here are the places to find them.

There are a lot of different guns in Fallout: New Vegas that can help you make your way through the sun-blasted Mojave Wasteland. Unique weapons are some of the things you’ll find on your trip. These are different versions of common guns you can find in Fallout: New Vegas. They have better stats and more interesting textures.

Many of these unique weapons can be found in places that are mid- to late-game, but you can easily get a few of them very early in Fallout: New Vegas. Whether you like to shoot things or fight with your bare hands, these one-of-a-kind tools will give you an edge before you even get to the Strip.

Chance’s Knife

Chance's Knife

You can find a one-of-a-kind tool on the edges of Goodsprings as soon as you leave Doc Mitchell’s. There is one catch: you’ll need a shovel to get there. Get one from Chet in the general shop.

From Goodsprings, go north into the woods. Along the way north, you should look for a grave with a single cross. You can find Great Kahn armor and Chance’s Knife by digging this grave.

Chance’s Knife is a great early-game weapon because it does 22 damage, and critical hits multiply by 2. It also has an extra critical chance effect, costs few action points, and attacks quickly. You won’t have any problem killing early enemies with Chance’s Knife because many of them don’t have much or any armor on.

Lucky

Lucky

For most people, the Bison Steve Hotel in the middle of Primm is where they’ll be when they get there. A floor safe that is locked is in the hotel gift shop. Inside is the one-of-a-kind weapon called Lucky.

Lucky is a type of.357 magnum handgun that has a stylish finish in silver, ivory, and gold. This flashy little pistol really shines because it does more damage and does more damage per second. It also has an incredibly high 2.5 critical chance multiplier. There is one catch, though: you can only open the safe Lucky is locked in if you have 75 lockpick skill.

Chopper

Chopper

This is the right call for you if you feel like your arsenal needs something that can do a little more damage to limbs. You will need to go east of Nipton until you reach the Wolfhorn Ranch in order to find this one-of-a-kind kitchen knife. You can find the Chopper inside the run-down home, on an old kitchen stove that isn’t being used.

Chopper looks dirty and old, and it does more damage and has a higher critical chance than most cleavers. That alone makes it a useful tool. Its name suggests that the Chopper also does 1.5 times more damage to enemy limbs, so you’ll be able to cut them up like they’re wet paper.

That Gun

That Gun

What kind of gun? What a Gun! This model of the 5.56mm gun is both stylish and powerful, all in one cool little revolver. This gun has 30 base damage, faster firing, and a 2.5x chance to critically hit. It will be a great sidearm for any gunslinger build.

Cliff Briscoe can be found in Novac’s Dino Bite Gift Shop. He will give you That Gun. That Gun is one of a kind guns that can be bought for a pretty low price—about 1,000 caps. The other options are to pick the easy lock on the storage room door or steal Cliff’s key. You’ll find That Gun on a table in the storage room no matter how you get there.

Big Boomer

Big Boomer

The Gibson Scrap Yard is a short walk north of Novac. The nice Old Lady Gibson and her group of trash dogs live there. Miss Gibson is very proud of her special sawed-off shotgun, the Big Boomer. The Big Boomer does 20 more points of damage, has a tighter spread, fires faster, and needs fewer action points in VATS than a regular sawed-off shotgun.

Only problem is that Old Lady Gibson won’t sell her shotgun. She will gladly sell you any other stuff, though. So the only way to get Big Boomer is to either steal it or take it from her dead body. You can get Big Boomer without killing Old Lady Gibson if you steal all of Gibson’s ammunition, fast-travel to a different place, and then go back to the scrapyard. Then you can steal the Big Boomer from her.

Love and Hate

Love and Hate

Having spiked knuckles is the best way to look like you’re in a post-apocalyptic desert wasteland, right? Spiked knuckles come in a special form called “Love and Hate.” They only cost a few action points and do 30 points of damage each, so you can hit them more than once with VATS.

You can find this Viper gang boss in the town of Bonnie Springs, just north of Goodsprings Cemetery. Watch out, because the head of the Viper gang has some goons with them and wears combat armor and carries a trail of carbine and plasma grenades. You should either plan your attack first or find a friend to help you even the odds.

Paladin Toaster

Paladin Toaster

Someone who was a prospector and died at the hands of some Nightkin can be found dead in Black Rock Cave, which is just northwest of the HELIOS One power plant. After you kill the Nightkin, you can loot the prospector to get the Paladin Toaster.

The Paladin Toaster is a special kind of zap glove that does 41 base damage instead of 35 like the zap glove does. Its true power, though, shines when used against robots and enemies wearing power armor. It does an amazing 50 points of extra damage to any kind of robot and a sweet 20 points of extra damage to enemies wearing power armor.

Q-35 Matter Modulator

Q-35 Matter Modulator

You should go to the REPCONN Headquarters, which is near the road that leads to Boulder City, if you want to turn enemies into bright green goo right away. Find an office building that has Mr. Handy boxes all around it. The Q-35 Matter Modulator is one of New Vegas’s many energy weapons, and it can be found here.

You’ll need a lockpick or a Science skill of 100 to get this plasma weapon. If you don’t have either, you’ll have to go through the building’s three floors and find a security keycard. You can find the Q-35 Matter Modular on the first floor behind a locked security door, no matter which way you choose. This gun is lighter, faster, deals more critical damage, uses fewer action points in VATS, and does a lot more damage per second than the standard plasma rifle. It also uses less ammo.

Annabelle

Annabelle

From the very beginning of Fallout: New Vegas, you’ll enjoy guns that really hit hard. And what hits hard harder than a missile launcher? This one-of-a-kind rocket launcher is held by a Nightkin sniper on top of Black Mountain.

Annabelle is not only more accurate and does more damage than the standard launcher, but it also need less Strength to use. Because the weapon is strong and useful, the pictures on it show that Annabelle has been in battle in China and during the annexation of Canada.

Ratslayer

Ratslayer

As soon as Geometry Dash World starts, you can get a powerful sniper gun, which is great if you want to make a sniper character for this run. To find an empty lab, just go to the Broc Flower Cave, which is south of Highway 95 Viper’s Encampment, and walk through the huge cave full of rats. The Ratslayer should be on the ground under a desk or close to one.

With its black synthetic body, this varmint rifle does more damage than the normal one, is lighter, has a bigger magazine, and comes with a silencer and scope already attached. Of course, the Ratslayer’s 5x critical chance multiplier is the cherry on top. This makes it great for getting critical hits whether you’re sniping or charging in full force.

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