Produced among others by Wattz Electronics, the fission battery has taken on the role of an on-hand generator. Throughout the Mojave Wasteland, fission batteries can be found in New Vegas streets, remote shacks in the wastes and reoccupied suburban homes. They are used for powering a wide range of devices, like street lamps, electronic signs, light-bulbs and other household appliances and are easily scavenged from the common robot or appliance store, making it invaluable to the common wastelander in the absence of a reliable power grid.
- Fission batteries are located throughout the Capital Wasteland, the Pitt, Point Lookout and Adams Air Force Base, usually in toolboxes or destroyed robots.
- 19 on shelves and counters in the Franklin Metro utility west rooms.
- 9 are located in Pinkerton's lab in the broken bow of Rivet City.
- 2 are located next to a first aid box on a table, directly to the right of Vault 92's vault door.
- 3 can usually be found in the Mechanist's Forge in the robot repair center.
- 5 are located in Hubris Comics Printing on the lower level, 1st room on the right at the bottom of the southeast corner stairs.
- 5 are located on a shelf facing the eastern wall in the lowest level of the National Guard Depot, next to some generators.
- 2 can be found in a crate by Dr. Lesko's desk in the Marigold ant queen's chamber.
- 2 can be found Next to the VAPL-84 power station in the truck guarded by 1 or 2 yao guai.
- 1 can be found in the kitchen in Zane house in the Minefield.
- 1 can be found in the yao guai tunnels, behind the player character on a shelf near where the scripted yao guai runs past.
- 3 can be found on a table in Smith Casey's garage.
- 3 can be found in Gallo's storage closet in the County sewer mainline after killing him and taking the key.
- 3 at the store on Scavenger's bridge
- A great number of fission batteries can be found in the Point Lookout expansion. They will often be found in places one might not expect, such as in suitcases or wardrobes.
- Sold by merchants as a miscellaneous item.
Fallout: New VegasEdit
- 31 In the basement of the REPCONN test site.
- 9 spread over 3 floors in REPCONN headquarters.
- 9 in Vault 11's living quarters and 2 in the lower level.
- 9 in Vault 3's recreation area.
- 2 in Zapp's Neon Signs.
- 2 in Victor's shack.
- 8 are for sale in Miguel's Pawn Shop.
- 2 can be found in the The Gourmand kitchen where the bathrooms are; just past the bathrooms, there is a small supply cabinet. They are on the third shelf down, underneath a toolbox.
- 1 can be found in Michael Angelo's workshop in the machinery shop where the lathe is, across from the fire hose box, on a metal shelf next to the toolbox.
- Can be bought from Old Lady Gibson at the Gibson scrap yard.
- A good amount (around 13) can be found in the Securitron de-construction plant in the Big MT in Old World Blues.
- Inside Vault 22 in a storage room, along with various other items, such as scrap metal and wonderglue.
- A few can be found at Cerulean Robotics in Freeside.
- 1 can be found in the shack at Southern Nevada Wind Farm.
- 2 inside Harper's shack.
- 1 inside Lone Wolf Radio.
- Old World Blues (add-on) Can be dropped from lobotomites in Big MT.
- Reilly's Rangers: A fission battery is required for fixing an access elevator during the quest, at the top of the Statesman Hotel. One can be found inside the hotel, if needed.
- A fission battery is used in the construction of the railway rifle.
- A Spoonful of Whiskey: 6 fission batteries are required for the Point Lookout repeatable quest.
Fallout: New VegasEdit
- Cass' moonshine: A fission battery is required to make Cass' moonshine.
- Not Worth a Hill of Corn and Beans: Four fission batteries, along with many other supplies, are needed to repair a food processor.
- My Kind of Town: Three fission batteries and 4 conductors can be used to reprogram Primm Slim to be the sheriff of Primm.
- A fission battery, along with two pieces of scrap metal, are used to make Sierra Madre chips (listed as 'Sierra Madre Slugs' in-game) with the Coin Operator perk in the first add-on for Fallout: New Vegas, Dead Money.
- Can be converted to energy cells in Honest Hearts.
- Numerous oversized fission batteries can be found hooked up to streetlights in Fallout: New Vegas. These are apparently used to power their respective streetlights, and cannot be picked up or used for anything else, only as a component of appearance.
- Another oversized battery can be seen in front of Doc Mitchell's house.
- Many oversized batteries can be found attached to portable lamps in various locations, such as Vault 22. These may not be taken and only serve as a cosmetic effect.