Fallout 76 Trailer Song Now Available To Buy With Money Going To Charity

A cover of John Denver's classic tune is now on iTunes.


The first trailer for Bethesda's much-anticipated Fallout 76 featured a cover of John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads." A stirring rendition of the classic, done by the band Copilot, the song was thematic fit. The lyrics mention West Virginia, which is Fallout 76's setting. You can now buy the song on iTunes, and what's even better is that 100 percent of proceeds from the 99-cent song go to Habitat for Humanity.

Head to iTunes here to buy the song for yourself.

Habitat for Humanity is a charity that that supports the creation of improvement of houses for people who need them. The theme of Fallout 76 is rebuilding America, and as it happens, Habitat for Humanity was founded in...'76.

Copilot's "Country Roads" launched on iTunes on July 4. Before now, we did not know for sure which band or artist was behind the track.

Fallout 76 launches on November 14 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Unlike previous entries in the acclaimed RPG series, Fallout 76 is an always-online, multiplayer-focused game, so it will be interesting to see how the community responds. A beta will be held prior to launch, and you can guarantee yourself a spot by pre-ordering.

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