How to Get the Fallout 4 Vault Suit in Ghostwire Tokyo

In Ghostwire Tokyo there are a number of side missions players can complete. These side missions tasks you with helping out a variety of different characters. One you can complete is called The Crimson Moon. This side mission rewards players with a number of rewards, including two outfits. Continue reading below to learn how to get the Fallout 4 Vault Suit in Ghostwire Tokyo from this side mission.

Where to Start The Crimson Moon

Image showing The Crimson Moon Side Mission location in Ghostwire Tokyo.

The Crimson Moon is a side mission that unlocks in Ghostwire Tokyo after players get to the midway point in Chapter 2: Trouble. Once you’ve visited the observation deck at the top of Kageria you will unlock this side mission on your map. Go to the map marker shown above and pick up the ringing payphone. This starts the side mission.



Complete The Crimson Moon Side Mission to Get the Fallout 4 Vault Suit

Image showing the Fallout 4 Vault Suit in Ghostwire Tokyo.

To complete this side mission you need to do a few things. First you need to pick up the device from the locker. Once you’ve done this you then collect lunar analysis data from three rooftops marked on your map.

After you’ve collected all of the data you need to send Ed the lunar data. This is done by returning to the pay phone we first spoke to him at. Once the data is uploaded speak to Ed on the phone. After that you will have completed the side mission.



For completing The Crimson Moon side mission you receive a number of rewards including the Fallout 4 Vault suit. You can equip the Vault suit through the inventory screen. On this screen go to the clothes hanger tab then scroll down to outfits. You will find the Vault suit there.

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