Can you drag things in Fallout 4?

Answered by Frank Schwing

You can definitely drag things in Fallout 4. In the game, you have the ability to interact with and manipulate objects in the environment. This includes picking up and moving items from one location to another.

To drag an item in Fallout 4, you need to press and hold the “use” key on your keyboard or controller. On most keyboard layouts, the default key for “use” is “e”. This is the same key you would use to select objects in workshop mode.

When you hold down the “use” key, you will see a prompt or indicator on the screen indicating that the item can be dragged. The item will be highlighted or outlined, and you can then move your character to drag the item around.

It’s important to note that not all items can be dragged in the game. Some objects are too heavy or fixed in place and cannot be moved. However, many smaller objects such as weapons, containers, and clutter items can be picked up and dragged.

Dragging objects in Fallout 4 can be useful for various purposes. For example, you might want to rearrange furniture in your settlement or move objects to create barricades or cover during combat. It can also be handy for organizing your inventory or scavenging for supplies.

In my personal experience playing Fallout 4, I have found the dragging mechanic to be quite intuitive and easy to use. It adds an extra layer of immersion and interactivity to the game world.

To summarize, yes, you can drag things in Fallout 4 by pressing and holding the “use” key. This allows you to pick up and move objects in the game environment. It’s a handy feature for various purposes and adds to the overall gameplay experience.