It looks like Fallout Shelter, the companion mobile game and app made for Fallout 4, was so successful that Bethesda Softworks is feeling good about creating more mobile game experiences. Speaking at the 2016 DICE Summit, Fallout 4 game director Todd Howard told Gamespot that the studio wants to invest more in the mobile gaming space, saying, “We’re gonna do more.”
‘Tis the season and all that. With Thanksgiving on the way later this week, Bethesda Softworks has revealed a Thanksgiving-themed update for the popular Fallout Shelter mobile game. You can check out the announcement tweet for the update below. The update is out now for Fallout Shelter on iOS and Android.
This week has brought a number of new updates and videos for Fallout 4, including a brand-new live-action trailer and another new video in the animated What Makes You S.P.E.C.I.A.L. series. You can check out the live-action trailer for the game, The Wanderer, and the new A for Agility animated video in the players below.
Bethesda Softworks officially announced today that Fallout Shelfter, the first-ever mobile game based on the Fallout franchise, is going to be released for Android devices for free on Google Play on August 13. The game was already available for iOS after its launch last month, but Android owners were curious when they would finally be able to get a chance to play the game on their own smartphones. They have to wonder no longer with Fallout Shelter’s upcoming launch for Android.
At Bethesda Softworks’ first ever E3 Press Conference, Todd Howard revealed that the team at Bethesda were secretly working on a Fallout game for iPhone. He thus revealed Fallout Shelter, a sim where you control a vault of your own in the Fallout universe, and must manage both resources and people to ensure your survival. A small problem that was raised was that, at the time, it was only for iPhone. And though it’s gotten an incredible amount of people to play it despite that limitation, many are wondering when it could come out for Android. Well, we may have our answer, Pete Hines of Bethesda was asked this and replied thusly: