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Players looking to catch up on all things Fallout before the upcoming release of Fallout 4 have a chance to get the entire series in one go today with the release of Fallout Anthology. The $49.99 set includes five games, along with each title’s run of downloadable content: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, and Fallout Tactics. The box also contains an empty space for a copy of Fallout 4, and all of it is housed in a mini-nuke storage case that makes a bomb sound.
Fallout 4 is slowly nearing its release date, but before it hits outlets, Bethesda is offering gamers a chance to catch up on the series this September with Fallout Anthology. Scheduled to launch on September 29 for PC, the $49.99 set will include five games: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, and Fallout Tactics, plus all downloadable content. The box will not only have an empty space to add a copy of Fallout 4, but the package itself will be a mini-nuke storage case that makes a bomb sound. That’s a lot of hours in the waste.
Bethesda has launched a number of sales in honor of QuakeCon 2013. The sales, detailed below, are available at Bethesda Store, id Mobile, and Steam, and include both package and daily deals. Commander Keen, Dishonored, Doom II RPG, Fallout 3, Skyrim, and Wolfenstein 3D Platinum are all on offer, as well as many more.
Bethesda has released seven soundtracks from their lineup of role-playing games, shooters, and everything in between on iTunes. Fans can now purchase the soundtracks for Dishonored, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Rage, and the last three Elder Scrolls titles, Morrowind, Skyrim, and Oblivion. Perfect for those days when you want your commute to feel a bit more like the journey into a post-apocalyptic, mutant-filled wasteland that you wish it was.