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Get Fallout 4 PC for $46 Via Preorder
Green Man Gaming has a nice promo going.
Online retailer Green Man Gaming is currently offering preorders for the just-announced post-apocalyptic role-playing game Fallout 4 at a nice discount. Use the code 23PERC-ENTOFF-48HOUR to save 23 percent on your order, which means you can pre-buy a copy of the PC version for just $46.20.
When the game is released, Green Man Gaming will supply you with a Steam code.
Green Man Gaming was offering The Witcher 3 for 35 percent off, selling codes it obtained itself from CD Projekt Red's GOG.com after the site reportedly refused to work with Green Man Gaming to sell the game.
The situation surrounding Fallout 4 appears to be different, as Green Man Gaming is explicitly stating that its codes will come from Steam. Whatever the case, we've followed up with Bethesda to ensure that everything between Green Man Gaming and Bethesda is as it should be.
For everything you need to know about Fallout 4, which is set at least partially in Boston, check out GameSpot's coverage from earlier today.
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