During the QuakeCon 2015 welcome session today, Bethesda announced Fallout Anthology. This collection of games from the long-running series ships on disc in a replica of the game's signature mini-nuke. It's pretty sweet - check it out:
Yes, I'm more excited about the box than the games in it.
Fallout Anthology is, well, an anthology of Fallout games. Every PC Fallout game is included: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, and Fallout New Vegas: Ultimate Edition. This being a PC-only release, the Xbox and PS2 dud Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel is absent. Bethesda's trip down memory lane has only happy memories. The bombshell case even has room for the Fallout 4 disc when that game launches—like anybody still buys games on disc that aren't in nuke cases. The collection arrives September 29 in North America.
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