If you are a Fallout fan, this bit of news should be enough to make you jump with joy, especially if you are waiting patiently for Fallout 4 with your fingers crossed. During Bethesda's mini keynote at this year's QuakeCon, the developer announced that a collection of all the previous Fallouts will be available this September in a bundle.
As of now, Bethesda Vice-President (PR and Marketing) Pete Hines has revealed that the Fallout Anthology will be made PC exclusive and will include the likes of Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3 GOTY and New Vegas GOTY.
But that's not all. Apparently, the best part of the collection is that all of the games will be coming inside an exclusive post-apocalyptic styled Fat Man Mini Nuke. And yes, it even makes audible bomb sounds.
However, the collection won't carry the upcoming Fallout 4 game inside it, and there's a reason for that. According to Bethesda, "because there's a new edition coming to the Fallout family this November, the collection takes a page from Vault-Tec and reserves a space for your Fallout 4 game disc." How cool is that?
The Fallout Anthology has been listed with a price tag of $50 and will be available in North America on 29 September and 2 October in Europe.
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