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The Fallout Anthology comes with its very own mini-nuke

Bethesda have announced The Fallout Anthology Collection, coming exclusively to PC this October.

During the opening ceremony for Quakecon 2015, publisher Bethesda took to opportunity to announce The Fallout Anthology, a definitive compilation of the post-apocalyptic franchise coming exclusively to PC.

The Anthology will include the following titles, bundled together every single piece of downloadable content you can think of:

  • Fallout
  • Fallout 2
  • Fallout Tactics
  • Fallout 3: Game of The Year Edition
  • Fallout: New Vegas – Ultimate Edition

All of this comes encased in your very own mini nuke container, the replica even makes audible bomb sounds from the iconics series. Bethesda haven’t gone into specifics on the size of the collectible case, but it’s large enough to house a bunch of games.

The case has the capacity to store up to six games, so there will be enough room to store your copy of Fallout 4 when it launches this November. Bethesda gave the Elder Scrolls series a similar collectible treatment before the launch of Skyrim in 2011.

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Fallout 4 was the main attraction of Bethesda’s very first E3 conference this year, the publisher revealed the very first gameplay footage for the title as well as when we can expect to play it. Fallout 4 will be available on November 10 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Vault management sim Fallout Shelter was also released back in June, and it was recently announced that the free-to-play download has grossed over $5 million already.

The Fallout Anthology will available in Europe on October 2 for the retail price of £39.99, you best act fast though, this won’t be around for long!

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