If you’re a big fan of the Fallout video game franchise, chances are you already own one or two or all of the games that have been released so far. But even if that is the case, it is still very likely that you’re going to want to own the new Fallout Anthology collection from Bethesda Softworks, which is now available in the North America and will be available throughout Europe beginning tomorrow, October 2nd.
The collection includes every game that’s been released thus far in the series—Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3, and Fallout: New Vegas—as well as all of the bonus content that was released for the latter two titles. And if that’s not enough to tempt you, this all comes in an insanely awesome collectible mini-nuke container that comes complete with an audible bomb sound and a little extra space for you to add Fallout 4 when that juggernaut hits store shelves on November 10th.
Duck and Cover has gotten their hands on a bunch of new screenshots from Bethesda Softworks and Obsidian Entertainment’s upcoming Fallout: New Vegas. The first teaser trailer for the game was released last month, but these images are the first look at actual gameplay.
The game will be the fourth installment in the fantastic franchise that last delivered one of the greatest games ever made in Fallout 3, which was released in the Fall of 2008. This new adventure returns us to post-apocalyptic Las Vegas, and to a familiar area for fans of the first two games, which were set out west.
Throw on your vault jumpsuit, grab an ice cold Nuka Cola, and head on over to check out the new screenshots!
After the gigantic success of Fallout 3, fans of the series have been itching for more post-apocalyptic action. With the announcement of a fourth game entitled Fallout: New Vegas, you can only imagine how excited said fans have been, and it doesn’t look like the wait will be all that tortuous.
Bethesda Softworks has officially announced that Fallout: New Vegas will be released in the Fall of 2010. To accompany this exciting news, a brand new teaser trailer in true Fallout fashion has also been released for your viewing pleasure.
While it was Bethesda who brought us Fallout 3 and all of the great new combat and first person shooter styles that made the RPG truly special, it is Obsidian Entertainment who is handling the developing duties for New Vegas. Obsidian is no stranger to the world — they made Fallout 2 — but this does raise the question: will this new title have the same gameplay as its Game of the Year-crowned predecessor, or will it go back to older RPG styles?