Fallout Anthology Packages the Series Inside a Mini Nuke
Get a collectible Fat Man bomb with every Fallout PC game inside.
During the opening ceremony for QuakeCon 2015 today, Bethesda marketing boss Pete Hines announced a new Fallout collection coming this year prior to the launch of Fallout 4.
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Called the Fallout Anthology, this PC collection brings together five Fallout games: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, and Fallout: New Vegas - Ultimate Edition.
Better yet, the Fallout Anthology comes inside of a Fat Man mini-nuke that features a special bomb sound effect. Bethesda didn't share exactly how big the faux bomb is, but it's large enough to house six games--it also has a spot to store your Fallout 4 disc once it's released on November 10.
The $50 Fallout Anthology will go on sale in North America on September 29, in Australia on October 1, and in Europe on October 2. Previously, Bethesda offered a similar collection for the Elder Scrolls series.
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