Layout[edit | edit source]
Outside the front entrance is a Mojave Express dropbox. When the Courier enters the building, there will be two small pillar-like bookshelves in the main room, along with some shelves and a small back room. An armor chest can be found by the bottom of the counter.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- There is a Nuka-Cola Quantum banner hung up in the store, despite Nuka-Cola Quantum's rarity on the west coast.
- Almost unique to all of the Mojave, the sound of a pendulum clock ticking can be heard here, suggesting this store might actually have a working clock, the other being inside house #108, in Higgs Village in the add-on Old World Blues.
- Upon entering the store, there will be a shovel on the right that cannot be picked up.
- Chet's inventory is linked with the store cell itself. For example, buying a can of Pork n' Beans from him will remove the physical copy of the item from the store shelves. This does not occur with every item sold by him.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
The Goodsprings General Store appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The Goodsprings General Store is based on the real world location of the same name in the town of Goodsprings, Nevada. The location was renamed "Ghost Town Cafe" in 2017, although the welcome sign still reads "Goodsprings General Store." The details of the real world location are similar to those seen in-game, including the layout of the store, proximity to the saloon, design of the ceiling and walls, the shape of the building, and external signage.
Gallery[edit | edit source]