The Best ‘Fallout 4: Nuka World’ Easter Eggs

Doug Trein
Games Fallout
Games Fallout

Fallout 4: Nuka-World, the last major expansion to the post-apocalyptic RPG, takes players to a magical theme park doubling as a gigantic advertisement for Nuka-Cola. After becoming the Overboss, players must travel to each of the six unique themed lands and clear them of dangerous creatures and threats. Similar to other Fallout games, there are numerous hidden references to pop culture and previous games hidden throughout Nuka-World. You will stumble upon these as you explore the massive theme park. Take a look at some of the best Fallout 4: Nuka-World Easter Eggs.

Rekindle the Flame

In a building northeast of Nuka-World, you can find a bonfire with a sword embedded within it, a reference to the video game series, Dark Souls.

Frozen in Carbonite


Enter the Disciples hideout in Nuka-Town USA and climb to the top of their tower. On the ground, you will spot this tiny reference to Carbonite Han Solo from Star Wars.

Would You Like to Play a Game?

If you enter the Safari Adventure Welcome Center and look way up, you can faintly see a floating terminal. You can access this terminal through creative use of certain mods. The terminal contains files that mention P.A.M. (Predictive Analytic Machine), the Railroad HQ robot the DIA and U.S. military originally programmed to analyze and predict wartime situations and tactics. P.A.M. herself is a reference to WOPR (War Operation Plan Response) from the 1983 film, WarGames.

Build Mass with Sass!

A unique Nuka-World loading screen will mention that Nuka-Cola Wild was originally meant to compete with the Fallout: New Vegas soft drink of choice, Sunset Sarsaparilla.

Hang in There

If you climb to the top of Mad Mulligan’s Minecart Coaster , you can find this cute little sloth hanging off of the top of the tallest hill. Could this be a reference to the sloth-like construction crew that never finished work on some attractions before the bombs fell during the Great War?

Curtain Call


When stumbling through the Fun House in Kiddie Kingdom, you’ll find yourself in a spinning room with multiple doors. One of them hides this scene, reminiscent of the famous shower scene from the horror movie Psycho.

This Looks Familiar


Behind another door in the Fun House spinning room is a chilling recreation of the opening prologue to Fallout 4. The scene features you, your spouse, and baby Shaun. Has someone been watching you all this time?

For Our Next Trick

Did you know that you can find the corpse of Rachel, the companion of Oswald the Outrageous before you confront him in Kiddie Kingdom? You can give him the holotape you find near her corpse to access alternate dialogue.

A Loving Tribute

Reddit user and dedicated Fallout fan NoohjXLVII posted on the game’s subreddit detailing the tragic passing of his younger brother, Evan. Fallout developer Bethesda decided to pay a loving tribute to Evan by giving him his own location on the outskirts of the theme park.

There are bound to be more secrets hidden throughout Nuka-World. Keep a keen eye out and let us know @getfandom any Fallout 4: Nuka-World Easter Eggs we may have missed. Be sure to visit our Fallout wiki for more information on the Nuka-World DLC and all things Fallout.

Doug Trein
Doug Trein is a staff contributor at Fandom and focuses primarily on video games and animated television shows. His game genre favorites include strategy and turn-based role-playing games, first-person shooters, 2D fighting games, and action/adventure titles.
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