Oct. 23 moves us one year closer to the date of the Fallout franchise's Great War, in which the world turned all of its nuclear missiles against each other. With 62 years to go until that happens, Bethesda is taking the opportunity to celebrate our imminent destruction with a Great War-themed Fallout 4 sale.
Starting today and running until Oct. 26, items throughout the store will be discounted by 20 percent. But more notably, Bethesda is unveiling new Fallout 4-related, limited edition products from today until Friday, the Great War anniversary date of Oct. 23.
Today players can pick up a special Great War t-shirt. It will only be available this week and run you $16. The shirt will also come free with a pre-order of the upcoming game.
Tomorrow introduces a limited edition Xbox One controller featuring the coloring and likeness of Vault Boy.
Come Wednesday, you can pick up a Pip-Boy Messenger Bag, to go along with the Pip-Boy Limited Edition of the game that, if you were fast enough, you ordered during its short availability window earlier today.
On Thursday Bethesda will release a Vault-Tec Industries watch, which is limited to 1,500 units.
Finally, Friday sees the releases of a special version of The Art of Fallout 4. This copy of the art book includes a slip cover and lithograph, as well as an extra section.
As for the game itself, which recently debuted a new live-action trailer, you can pick that up on Nov. 10. It will launch on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.Fallout 4: Demo