Fallout 4: 12 Things to Know After Two Months

We’re two months removed from the Fallout 4 release for PS4, Xbox One and PC but we continue to see a steady flow of new and, in some cases, exciting details for current owners and prospective buyers.

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Two months. Its been two whole months since the Fallout 4 release date for console and Windows. And in those weeks since the big day, we’ve seen a mind-boggling number of details emerge for all three platforms.

We’ve seen tons and tons of Fallout 4 mods arrive on the scene for PC owners including craftable ammo, new weapons and more.

We’ve seen gamers discover potential Fallout 4 DLC lurking underwater. Fallout 4 DLC release dates are still unclear but we expect to get new information in the early part of the year.Fallout-4-5 10.37.24 AM

We’ve seen new and impressive settlements, new Nuka Cola Quantum stock at Target, new Fallout 4 problems emerge, and a 1.02 patch that wiped out some of the game’s early issues while adding new features for the PC. 2015 was busy and 2016 is already off to a fast start.

Fallout 4 details continue to come out of the woodwork and today we want to highlight a few things you should have on your radar as we ring in the new year.

This collection of Fallout-related details covers some new and impressive Fallout 4 mods, Fallout 4 deals, an update on Pip Boy Edition and Nuka Cola Quantum stock, and more. Here’s what to know at the two month mark.

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You Don't Have to Pay $60 for Fallout 4

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You Don't Have to Pay $60 for Fallout 4

Looking to save on Fallout 4 for Xbox One/PS4/PC or the Fallout 4 Season Pass? You can do that and should do that. There's no reason to pay full price for Fallout 4 in 2016. 

Fallout 4 is worth $60 but you don't have to pay that much to enjoy one of the best games of 2015. There are a number of retailers offering Fallout 4 deals including Amazon and Costco who've shaved $10 off the console versions of the game. 

Green Man Gaming, a site that sells Steam codes, is letting buyers to take 20% off the game and/or the Fallout 4 Season Pass. 

There are a number of other Fallout 4 deals to be found online and in the physical world so you'll want to shop around before you pay full price for the game or the $30 Season Pass that nets you all of Bethesda's unannounced Fallout 4 DLC

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There are also deals for the Vault Dweller's strategy guide and The Art of Fallout 4 coffee book

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