Fallout Shelter Launches On Xbox One Next Week
Grab it for free starting on February 7.
Fallout Shelter, the free-to-play mobile spinoff of the Fallout series, is headed to Xbox One in a matter of days.
Bethesda today announced that it's bringing Fallout Shelter to Xbox One and Windows 10 on February 7. These two versions support Xbox Play Anywhere, letting you carry your progress and Achievements back and forth between the two platforms. An Xbox Wire post notes it has been "adapted" for Xbox One controller compatibility, but there's no word on any specifics.
This new Windows 10 version isn't Fallout Shelter's debut on PC. Following its initial launch on mobile devices in 2015, it came to PC last July. You can see a trailer for that version (and quests that were added at the time) above.
Fallout Shelter is a free game where you design and manage a Vault in the Fallout world. Since launch, it's expanded with new features and more characters, including those from Fallout 4.
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