Fallout 4 Pip-Boy App out Now on Android and iOS
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Bethesda has launched the official Fallout 4 Pip-Boy app for Android mobile devices. The app can be downloaded for free on the Google Play store. It grants access to a number of features, including the ability to interact with Fallout 4 on the PS4, Xbox One, or PC.
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Players can use the app to check data in Fallout 4 including their stats, inventory, map, and radio. The app also has the ability to play holotape games, with Atomic Command included for free. It’s worth noting that for players who have picked up the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy edition, the app works well with a phone strapped to the Pip-Boy device. No mention has been made of when a release for iOS can be expected.
Fallout 4 is scheduled to launch next week on November 10 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Thinking of pre-ordering the game? Check out our list detailing the special editions and pre-order bonuses available. Some in-game footage has leaked online in the lead-up to the release of the game, including screenshots which showcase weather and lighting effects, and a video which shows the player character walking across the map.
To prepare for the launch of Fallout 4, check out our wrap-up of everything you need to know about the game in the lead up to release.
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