We Might Get a Fallout Collection for PC Very Soon
Amazon Germany recently posted an intriguing new listing for a particular post-apocalyptic RPG series: the Fallout Legacy Collection.
According to the listing, it's a PC-only title that would be an honest-to-goodness CD-ROM. It is priced at approximately $40.
The Fallout Legacy Collection would offer "all the award-winning single-player games in the series," according to the listing. Taking that literally, it means the collection would include:
- Fallout 2
- Fallout Tactics
- Fallout 3 GOTY
- Fallout 3 New Vegas Ultimate Edition
- Fallout 4 GOTY
New Vegas, in particular, would have the Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues, and Lonesome Road additions. Fallout 4 would have "all the gameplay updates, graphic enhancements, the ability to download and play free mods on PCs and consoles, and all six official extensions."
Moreover, the product page lists October 25, 2019, as the release date — roughly three weeks from now.
Bethesda's most recent title, Fallout 76, didn't exactly make fans happy. If this listing is accurate, the collection would be a way to return the Fallout series to what fans love most about it (Dogmeat. The answer is Dogmeat).
Until Bethesda confirms it, though, this is just another rumor, albeit one with a detailed product description.
Still, if all retailer "leaks" were legitimate, we'd have The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past on Nintendo Switch right now, not to mention dozens of other titles that never actually existed.
We've reached out to Bethesda for comment, but haven't heard back as of the time of publication. We'll update once more information is available, so stay tuned to GameSkinny for more news.