E3 2015 kicked off this morning in Los Angeles and continues to bring the excitement with their announcements and trailers.

Bethesda announced today mobile game Fallout Shelter, based in the world of HUGELY popular Fallout.  Perks of this new app for Android and iOs include making your own Vault. The free-to-play game won’t require an internet connection and there won’t be long timers you’ll want to pay to reduce.

The collector’s edition of Fallout 4 will include an actual Pip-Boy wearable sleeve that you can slot your phone into, meaning you’ll be able to access all of the features just by glancing down at your arm. “As far as stupid gimmicks go, I chose the best fucking one,” said Bethesda’s Todd Howard on stage at E3.  You can preorder one here on Amazon.

You will, of course, also be able to use the iOS and Android app without the elaborate attachment. Fallout 4 is out on November 10th this year; the Pip-Boy Edition will cost $119.99, €129.99, or £99.99, and Bethesda warns that supply will be very limited, with pre-orders set to open soon. The package also comes with a Pip-Boy manual, a poster, and a metal case.

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