Fallout 76 Players Will Get Fallout Classic Collection

Fallout 76 Players Will Get Fallout Classic Collection

In what one assumes is their latest push to make up for everything that has gone wrong with Fallout 76, Bethesda has made a decision to treat everyone that has logged into the game this year.

Well, regardless of your opinion of the game, it seems that anyone who did play it in 2018 will get a little present from Bethesda.

Bethesda is adding to the holiday spirit by giving away Fallout 76 and Wolfenstein II.

Fallout 76 has been facing an uphill battle since its launch. Which is why the company announced shortly before Christmas that it's giving away some free games to anyone who bought Fallout 76 in 2018. The collection will be delivered sometime in early January and is available for all Fallout 76 players, whether they're on PC, Xbox One, or PlayStation 4.

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And if you're one of those who has already had his run with Bethesda's game and is craving for a different post-apocalyptic experience, you're in luck. Now, what exactly does the Fallout Classic Collection contain?

The release features the 3 of the original game releases. Are you happy to receive the Fallout Classic Collection?

The Fallout Collection is now available for $5.99 Dollars on Valve's Store on ongoing Steam Winter Sale. The offer applies to all players, which means Xbox One and PS4 players will be able to take advantage of this offer. The tweet doesn't specify how the collection will be distributed, but it's safe to assume that Bethesda will use its own Bethesda.net Launcher when the offer goes live early next month.

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