Fallout Legacy Collection confirmed, but it’ll be hard to get

Brittany A. Roston - Oct 6, 2019, 6:15 am CDT
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Fallout Legacy Collection confirmed, but it’ll be hard to get

Following a premature Amazon listing that indicated as much, Bethesda has officially announced plans to launch Fallout Legacy Collection, a bundle featuring six Fallout titles for PC. The collection will be available to order in time for the holidays, according to the company, but many fans will struggle to get their own set due to the product’s limited release.

The Fallout Legacy Collection first came to the attention of series fans via a product listing that appeared on the Amazon Germany website last week. The product page, which is still live on the website, showed the title of the bundle, as well as the box artwork and the games included with the kit. That only raised more questions, however.

In a tweet on its Bethesda UK Twitter account, the company confirmed plans to launch Fallout Legacy Collection as a bundle that’ll feature the following six titles:

– Fallout
– Fallout 2
– Fallout Tactics
– Fallout 3 GOTY
– Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition
– Fallout 4 GOTY

As the product listing shows, Bethesda will release the collection on October 25, though it is available to preorder now for fans who want to make sure they can get the bundle in time for the holidays. In response to a question, the company also revealed that Fallout Legacy Collection will only be available to purchase in the United Kingdom and Germany.

That means it’ll be difficult for diehard fans to get ahold of the bundle if they live anywhere other than those two countries, though it won’t be impossible. It’s likely that some units will surface for sale online through third-party sources, but international buyers will likely have to pay a premium to get the collection and have it shipped.


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