Fallout 4 Guide: How To Farm Infinite Experience Points

Fallout 4 has a variety of bugs and glitches and while some might break the immersion in the game, there are others that lets players exploit the game system to get infinite amount of items like fusion cores and bottle caps.

If you want to earn an infinite amount of experience points in Fallout 4, you will need to do the following before you attempt this exploit.

  • Joined Brotherhood of Steel.
  • Own a high-damage Sniper Rifle with a long-range scope. They can be bought from vendors in Diamond City or Bunker Hill.

Once you have completed these tasks, you will have to complete the missions for Brotherhood of Steel until they invite you to join them on their airship base, Prydwen. Once on the airship base, you will have to locate and talk with Proctor Quinlan. He will give you a quest called “Learning Curve.”

As you being to start the quest, it is highly recommended to set the game to easiest difficulty settings. You can do so by opening the options and changing the game difficulty from there.


After taking the quest and setting it as active, you will need to head to the deck of the airship and use your Sniper Rifle to protect a Brotherhood of Steel ally through the Sniper Rifle. Instead of protecting him, you have to crouch down and make sure that you are hidden. You need to shot the guy in the head from the airship while remaining hidden. You need to do it a few times while making sure no one can see you. Once you get the message about the quest ending, you can go back to claim your reward.

Once the mission is done, you can go back to Proctor Quinlan and he will still give you the same quest along with same experience points. This quest can take roughly 90 seconds and rewards you with 300 experience points. Since it can be exploited to be repeated again and again, the experience points can be easily accumulated for easy level up.

Fallout 4 is out now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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