Bethesda, represented by its Vice President Pete Hines, has announced the release of the Fallout Collector's Edition, which will precede the premiere of the fourth installment of the game. According to Gamespot, the packaging will be made in the form of a miniature atomic bomb, codenamed "Fat Man". One of these devices was used in the game. The original name belonged to the atomic bomb, which was developed as part of the so-called "Manhattan Project".
The Fallout Anthology edition will include PC versions of the five games Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3 (Game of the Year Edition) and Fallout: New Vegas ( Ultimate Edition).
It is said that when opened, the stylized package will make a sound resembling the detonation of a nuclear warhead. Its physical parameters have not yet been specified, but, apparently, the "bomb" will be large enough to hold six game discs (the sixth will be purchased after the premiere of "Fallout 4" on November 10, 2015).
Officials from Bethesda have promised Fallout Anthology "will go on sale in North America on September 29, 2015, Australia on October 1, and Europe on October 2. Estimated $ 50.
Recall that earlier Bethesda released a similar collector's edition of the series of games "The Elder Scrolls".
The Topic of Article: The Fallout Collector's Edition will be placed in the atomic bomb.