Free Fallout 76 Goodies For PS4--But Hurry

War never changes.

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If you can feel your apocalyptic anticipation growing, it might be because Fallout 76 is gearing up for launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 14. If you're a PS4 owner, you can grab a handful of free Fallout 76 items right now, whether you've pre-ordered the game or not. The items are only free between now and November 14, so time's running out.

You can pick up your freebies right here. These include three Fallout 76 avatars, as well as a theme for your PS4. One avatar is a Nuka Cola cap, while the other two feature the smiling Vault Boy. He's winking and giving a thumbs-up in one, and holding a shoulder-mounted rocket launcher in the other.

The theme decks out your PS4's dashboard with Fallout 76 imagery. The background shows a close-up of a power armor helmet resting in the dirt of a dusty, post-apocalyptic world. In the background are a man and a woman wearing vault suits and holding weapons. The PS4 system icons are also changed to a fittingly dingy yellow style.

While you're on the page to claim your freebies, you can also enter to win a copy of Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition--though you'll have to do it by November 13. This special edition comes with the game, a steelcase, canvas duffel bag, wearable power armor helmet, glow-in-the-dark world map, and a collection of 24 Fallout figurines, plus additional digital items.

Fallout 76's beta recently ended, with Bethesda promising a few tweaks and bug-fixes based on player feedback. Until our final Fallout 76 review goes live, you can read some of impressions of the beta and see what bonuses you might be eligible for if you pre-order before November 14.

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