This Fallout 4 Soundtrack Vinyl Looks Awesome, Costs $125
Sadly "Atom Bomb Baby" isn't on it.
If you play Fallout 4, there's a good chance you've spent hours listening to the in-game radio. However, if you shut off those post-apocalyptic pop songs in the game, there is actually a pretty good original soundtrack as well. Publisher Bethesda has just announced that it'll release the full 65-track score on vinyl in July, and preorders are open now.
It's quite the album, with 6 LPs needed to fit all of the songs. According to Bethesda's website, the soundtrack amounts to 3.5 hours of music. The records come in "three full color gatefold jackets" and they're "all housed in a full color heavy board-stock slipcover." It's limited to 3,000 copies.
As Bethesda puts it, "This is truly a collection of unprecedented proportions." And, as it happens, unprecedented cost: if you want to get your hands on the vinyl, it'll run you $125. It does look very cool, though.
As for the game itself, we haven't heard officially if Bethesda will talk about more Fallout 4 content next week at E3 2016. Considering that the company has previously said that more DLC is coming, though, it's a fair bet that we'll hear at least a little about future plans for the game at the conference.
Recently, Bethesda also laid out its roadmap for Fallout 4 mod support. Mods are now available on Xbox One as well as PC, and they'll be coming soon to PS4. Interestingly, mods have proven to be significantly more popular on Xbox One than on PC.
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