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.
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.
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.
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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