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There’s a Fallout 4 Xbox One controller and we want it

Bethesda is selling an awesome Fallout 4 Xbox One controller and we really want it.

The Bethesda Store just got a whole load of Fallout 4 swag that you’re going to want to get in your mitts as soon as possible.

First of all there’s a Fallout 4 special edition Xbox One controller, but sadly you’ll notice a flaw with the gamepad from the title: the Vault Boy Wired Xbox One Controller.

Yes, that’s right. This Fallout 4 Xbox One controller is a wired controller, and it’s not even an official one. In fact, it looks identical to the Rock Candy Wired Controller for Xbox One with a Vault Boy skin.

“Celebrate the next major installment in the Fallout series with the Fallout 4 Vault Boy Wired Controller for Xbox One,” reads the store blurb. “Featuring Vault Boy artwork from Fallout 4, highly durable plastic housing, vibration feedback rumble motors and an ergonomic concave thumb stick design, this PC And Xbox One compatible controller is perfect for fans of the popular series.”

The controller also has a 3.5mm headphone jack that supports voice chat.

But what we want to know is what that little button by the right analogue stick is for? Is it a special Fallout 4 button? We need to know!

Related: Everything you need to know about Fallout 4

There’s also Fallout 4 t-shirts, a Nuka Cola bottle cap necklace, a survival messenger bag, Vault 111 Signet Ring and more all available in the store.

And the controller, which costs $59.99 (approximately £40 plus shipping form the US) will go on sale on November 10.

Conveniently that’s the same day as the Fallout 4 release date on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Fallout 4 controller

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