Fallout Anthology Announced at QuakeCon

Published: July 24, 2015 10:46 AM /


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Bethesda's Pete Hines took to the stage during the QuakeCon 2015 opening ceremony and announced the Fallout Anthology for PC. The collection is set to come out before the launch of Fallout 4, and will be released September 29 in North America, October 1 in Australia and October 2 in Europe.

The Fallout games that the anthology is set to include are,


The Fallout Anthology will come in a Fat Man mini-nuke and will have an extra spot that will fit a physical copy of Fallout 4 if you wish to put that in the nuke. The collocation will be $49.99 in North America. No price point was given for Europe or Australia.


Pete Hines also confirmed on twitter that the anthology would be limited.

Bethesda are calling this "the ultimate collectible for Fallout fans" and with Fallout 4 being released November 10 Bethesda are surely capitalizing on all the excitement. Fallout 4 was shown for the first time at this year's E3. A huge chunk of the first Bethesda E3 press conference was given to the game.

It might be worth noting that this collection will not include the awful 2004 Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel that was only available on the Xbox and Playstation 2, but it is safe to say people will not be upset by this decision.

Bethesda have done a similar thing in the past with their other franchise The Elder Scrolls, releasing The Elder Scrolls Anthology back in 2013 which included all the games in the series.

The Fallout Anthology is set to come out September 29 in North America, October 1 in Australia and October 2 in Europe and will cost $49.99. More details on the collection can be found on the Bethesda Blog as well as a summery of all the games included in the anthology.

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