Fallout 4 Radiation Suit
"Fallout 4" has been a long time coming -- the last numbered Fallout game was 2008's "Fallout 3." Developer-publisher Bethesda set the Internet on fire in June, with its video announcement of "Fallout 4." It remains the most popular gaming video on YouTube from 2015. Bethesda

The last of the SPECIAL video guide series for “Fallout 4” has been released. This time, players can see how possessing 'Luck' can play out in the game.

Seen in the video below, Luck can actually be a matter of life and death. Luck may help out in critical moments, as it can change everything. But like other attributes, it is not an all-powerful attribute.

The video series is a great way for fans, especially new ones, to start thinking of how they would progress their characters in terms of attributes when “Fallout 4” releases.

The Luck SPECIAL video is the seventh and last part of the series. Previous abilities that were discussed include Strength, Perception, Endurance, Charisma, Intelligence and Agility.

Bethesda has also shared some new information regarding the physical copies of “Fallout 4.” It appears that the studio has taken some preliminary steps to avoid piracy.

It was revealed that the PC version of “Fallout 4” is essentially hack-and-piracy proof. This is all thanks to how the physical copy was constructed, where only part of the data for game installation was included. Any attempts to pirate the contents of “Fallout 4” will be in vain, TechTimes reported.

However, it does require players to log into their respective Steam accounts to download the remaining data for the game. More than a precautionary step, Bethesda also has another reason to split the data in the file between the physical and via-Steam variants.

According to the report, “Fallout 4” is too large a file to be compacted into a DVD disc. Granted, the PS4 and Xbox One versions will be shipped on Blu-Ray discs, “Fallout 4” PC players will need to set aside 30 GB of space in the PC’s hard drive for installation.

Bethesda also revealed the game’s frame rate in the console versions. For fans who look forward to the frame rates of the game for the Xbox One and PS4, the numbers are finally out. TechnoBuffalo spotted a tweet from Bethesda’s Pete Hines, who revealed that “Fallout 4” runs at a smooth 30FPS. Hines assured fans that they will like the experience, as it is one that he is experiencing most of the time.

"Fallout 4" SPECIAL video series - Luck (Credit: YouTube/Bethesda Softworks)