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The T-60 series of powered combat infantry armor entered service after the conclusion of the Battle of Anchorage, mere months before the nuclear apocalypse. The T-60 was rapidly deployed and extensively used by the U.S. Army in all theaters. Deployments of military units in T-60 power armor included the domestic front, enforcing order in the nation. By the Great War it was considered to be the most advanced model of power armor to see extensive use.
As with other power armor models, the T-60 is designed for a single operator. Compared to the T-45, the T-60 is much more heavily armored, although it lacks the sophisticated armor pattern of the T-51. The end result is an extremely protective armor system, though protection comes at the expense of agility and a reduction in battlefield awareness, as the additional power pack armor plating reduces rear visibility together with the oversized pauldrons. As usual for T-series power armor, the helmet completes the ensemble and includes an air filtration system, a bullet-proof vision slit, an electric lamp, and external ports that allow the operator to listen to his surroundings and double as attachments points for extensions. The standard upgrade is a drop-down ocular.
Any shortcomings of the T-60 were compensated for through deployment: a T-60 power armor unit was usually deployed with support from light infantry units, equipped with energy weapons. After the Great War, T-60 power armor became a rare sight until the reformed Brotherhood of Steel under Elder Arthur Maxson recovered a substantial number of these suits (or T-45 conversion packs) and adopted the T-60 as the service uniform of its soldiers.
The T-60 power armor is intended to be a suit designed for use in heavily irradiated zones, offering top of the line radiation protection that's second only to the X-01. Its ballistic protection lags behind X-01's by less than 10% (and is dwarfed by the unique Ultracite power armor, but that's a special, high-maintenance suit for most purposes), and is outclassed by the X-01 in terms of energy protection (but is comparable to Ultracite, differing by just 9 points).
However, the T-60 offers only a little over 10% more ballistic and energy protection than the T-51, while being more expensive to maintain. As such, the T-51 is the optimal choice for regular usage, even if its radiation protection is less than half that of the T-60.
The base level that T-60 pieces can be used at is 40. This armor set is a great all-around power armor that is very easy to repair, since it only requires aluminum, circuitry, plastic and steel; no screws or springs are required.
- Level 40
|Image||Name||DR||HP||Weight||Value||Repair||Upgrade components||Base ID|
|T-60 left arm||50||45||50||???||12||105||???||N/A||???|
|T-60 right arm||50||45||50||???||12||105||???||N/A||???|
|T-60 left leg||50||45||50||???||14||85||???||N/A||???|
|T-60 right leg||50||45||50||???||14||85||???||N/A||???|
- Level 50
|Image||Name||DR||HP||Weight||Value||Repair||Upgrade components||Base ID|
|T-60 left arm||60||55||60||???||12||94||???||N/A||???|
|T-60 right arm||60||55||60||???||12||94||???||N/A||???|
|T-60 left leg||60||55||60||???||14||???||N/A||???|
|T-60 right leg||60||55||60||???||14||???||N/A||???|
- Damage Resistance totals for armor only, power armor chassis adds 60/60/60
Values as of the 1/29/2019 update, no changes in the 2/19/2019 update.
|T-60 power armor||Level 40||T-60 helmet||6||—||7||12|
|T-60 left arm||6||—||7||12|
|T-60 right arm||6||—||7||12|
|T-60 left leg||6||—||7||12|
|T-60 right leg||6||—||7||12|
|T-60 power armor||Level 50||T-60 helmet||7||—||9||14|
|T-60 left arm||7||—||9||14|
|T-60 right arm||7||—||9||14|
|T-60 left leg||7||—||9||14|
|T-60 right leg||7||—||9||14|
- Material modifications are available after purchasing the necessary entitlement in the Atomic Shop. All paints require 2 oil, 2 plastic, and 2 steel per element.
- Any exceptions to this rule are noted in the description field. The list does not include cosmetic transformations, which are covered separately. These include:
|Blackbird (carbon coating)||Soar across the Wasteland with this sleek Blackbird Paint Set for your Power Armor.|
|Camouflage||Become one with Appalachia with these Camouflage Paints for your Power Armor.|
|Hot Rod||Everything with flames is automatically cooler - just like this Hot Rod Power Armor Station.|
|Inferno Mark I||The Inferno Mark 1/2/3 Power Armor Paint Set.|
|Inferno Mark II|
|Inferno Mark III|
Hide in the night, and stalk your enemies with the Mothman Power Armor Paints and a Mothman Red Headlamp.
|Nukashine||Speak easy and carry a big Power Armor! Who knows where you will end up with this blacked out Nukashine paint set.|
|Outcast Paint||?||Feel like you don't belong with these Outcast Paints for your Power Armor.
Nuclear Winter reward.
(removed on April 7, 2019)
|Show Appalachia that democracy will never be defeated by sporting this American Patriot Power Armor Paint Set!|
For the times you want to unleash your inner child - as a force of destruction! It's Playtime!
|Tricentennial||A set of Power Armor Paints celebrating 300 years of American freedom!|
(removed on April 3, 2019)
|Wasteland Walker||Hide in plain sight with these Wasteland Walker Paints for your Power Armor.|
(June 18 - 25 2019)
Continue the Mountaineer spirit with this set of West Virginia-themed paints for your Power Armor.
|Winter Wanderland||Blend in with the ashes of Nuclear Winter with the Winter Wanderland Paints for your Power Armor.|
|Woodland Warrior||Blend into the bush with these Woodland Warrior Paints for your Power Armor. Includes a unique paint for each of the T-45, T-51, T-60 and X-01 Power Armors.|
The player can collect Brotherhood rank paints for their set of T-60. Numbered from BOS I-VII, each is a potential quest reward for completing Forbidden Knowledge. You can only obtain a paint after the prior one has been learned. As of now, Initiate paint can no longer drop from Forbidden Knowledge. Note that the BOS IV paint will drop before BOS III, however, learning it will not effect any future paint rewards.
- (BOS I) T-60 BOS initiate paint: A light grey suit with white details and an initiate rank emblem on the left forearm. It bears the Brotherhood of steel symbol on its chest.
- (BOS II) T-60 BOS knight paint: A dark grey suit with white details and a knight rank emblem on the left forearm. It bears the Brotherhood of steel symbol on its chest.
- (BOS IV) T-60 BOS knight CPT paint: A dark grey suit with white details and a knight captain rank emblem on the left forearm. It bears the Brotherhood of steel symbol on its chest.
- (BOS III) T-60 BOS knight SGT paint: A dark grey suit with white details and a knight sergeant rank emblem on the left forearm. It bears the Brotherhood of steel symbol on its chest.
- (BOS V) T-60 BOS officer paint: A matte black suit with orange details. Strangely, it does not have a rank emblem. It bears the Brotherhood of steel symbol on its chest.
- (BOS VI) T-60 BOS paladin paint: A matte black suit with orange details and a paladin rank emblem on the left forearm. It bears the Brotherhood of steel symbol on its chest.
- (BOS VII) T-60 BOS elder paint: A matte black suit with orange details and an elder rank emblem on the left forearm. It bears the Brotherhood of steel symbol on its chest.
- ↑ Fallout 4 loading screens: "The T-60 series of Power Armor saw extensive use by the United States Army after the Battle of Anchorage. In fact, soldiers in T-60 Power Armor were among those trying to retain order on October 23, 2077 - the day America fell to atomic war..."
- ↑ Fallout 76 loading screens: "The most advanced suits of Power Armor to see extensive use were the T-60 models. By the time of the Great War, they were a common sight in all U.S. military engagements."
- ↑ Armor appearance in Fallout 76.
- ↑ Fallout 76 intro
- ↑ Brotherhood of Steel forces in Fallout 76 use it as standard power armor.