The Fallout 25th Anniversary Celebrations breathe new irradiated life into Fallout 76, Fallout 1st, Fallout Shelter, and more.
Freebies, Content and Discounts Abound in the Fallout Anniversary Celebrations
Fallout, the franchise that ignited your love for all things Dieselpunk and the nuclear pop music of yesteryear, is celebrating its 25th birthday. And while Bethesda is certainly milking the Fallout anniversary by taking a full month to celebrate, it means that a mega-ton of Fallout content is headed the players' way. So we're certainly not complaining.
So far, players have been able to reap ample Fallout 76 perks including a Creation Club discount, a free month of Fallout 1st through Xbox Game Pass, and free access to Fallout 76 for Prime members until November.
For those that don't know, Fallout 1st is Fallout 76's premium membership option, which opens up custom worlds, exclusive cosmetics, a monthly salary of 1650 atoms, as well as other bonuses.
A franchise sale across all Fallout titles is also taking place on the Microsoft and PlayStation stores until 18th October, giving everybody ample opportunity to fill the gaps in their Fallout library, or relive the best titles the franchise had to offer.
As for this week, Fallout's acclaimed mobile spinoff, Fallout Shelter, is being shown some love, with its first injection of brand-new content in four years. Players can expect to meet some new Dwellers and get stuck into a quest that pits players against an extraterrestrial threat.
But the Fallout anniversary celebrations aren't just confined to video games. One of the franchise's most beloved features, its jivin' soundtrack, is also being given its due with a Fallout megamix on Spotify. Plus, an in-depth interview with Bethesda's senior UI Programmer offers fans a behind-the-scenes deep-dive on some of the most definitive aspects of our favorite Bethesda titles.
To round off the month, Fallout 76 will be celebrating Hallowe'en with a trick-or-treating event in Appalachia that will kick off on October 25th and continue until November 8th.