Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Prima game book over 400 pages

Bethesda Softworks and Prima Games has teamed together to produce a strategy guide for the intricate game, Fallout 4.

Now in the age of technology where you can look up information on any game, guide books have become very obsolete in their existence. When it comes to Fallout 4, Bethesda Softworks and Prima Games believe an official strategy book would be the best route with such an intricate game.

About the Strategy Book; Vault Dweller's Survival Guide

This giant compendium of knowledge is set to be 400 pages worth of maps, statistics, and helpful guides through the Commonwealth in a post-nuclear setting. Set to be released on November 10th, Fallout 4: Vault Dweller's Survival Guide will be a perfect addition to Fallout 4 that happens release the same day.

The price varies depending on digital versus paperback: digital costing $9.99 and paperback costing $29.99. 

In the works is also a hardcover Collector's Edition published by Prima Games for the price of $39.99, where a second printing won't happen. It will be first come first serve, so you'll want to pre-order the Collector's Edition on Bethesda's official website while you can.

With the franchise being so historically exploration focused, do you feel that a strategy guide for Fallout 4 is necessary?

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  • kate.farrow
    Community Manager
    I need this. Also a gaming PC and about 15 extra hours of spare time a week.

    But seriously, a strategy guide would be extremely helpful for decision-making purposes. Unless you want 10 Fallout 4 tabs open in your browser at any given time.
  • Courtney Gamache
    Featured Contributor
    So true! I've played games just keeping tabs open, and even then you can't completely rely on them for all the options available. If given a choice, I always go for the official guide book/strategy guide.

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