E3 2018 - Fallout's now available on the Switch, just not in the way you think
Come along, minions
Yes, Bethesda really did go pretty hard at E3 this year announcing the update to Legends and its newest mobile RPG, Blades, (not to mention The Elder Scrolls VI finally getting announced), but it's got another of its games coming to Switch - Fallout Shelter. And by 'coming to Switch' I mean it's out right now on the eShop.
Fallout Shelter, for any of you who don't know, is a management sim where you play as the faceless overseer of your very own post-apocalyptic bunker. You've got to build up the perfect Vault, fill it full of Dwellers, and give your people everything they need to thrive 2,000 feet underground.
A #FalloutShelter for everyone! Celebrate the three year anniversary by playing Fallout Shelter now on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Available tonight! #BE3 pic.twitter.com/AlwjIUXdWe — Fallout (@Fallout) June 11, 2018
This surprise launch came about in celebration of the game's three year anniversary, would you believe it? Though players are disappointed Bethesda didn't reveal a port of one of the Fallout games (namely Fallout 3), there's still a chance we could see something crop up at Nintendo's presentation tomorrow.
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