If you’ve been wanting to get Fallout 4, but either haven’t had the money to play it or aren’t sure that you’d like it, a Fallout 4 free weekend is going to be available on Steam starting tomorrow. For the next four days, from Thursday to Sunday, you’ll be able to adventure all you want.
Fallout 4 was released back in late 2015 to critical acclaim and commercial success, and though its development cycle has ended (since last year its final DLC, Nuka World, was released), it still has a lot of players going around to find everything possible in the Commonwealth.
The Fallout 4 free weekend will run from 10 AM Pacific Time (or 6 PM British Summer Time, or 7 PM Central European Summer Time) on Thursday to 1 PM Pacific Time and all the rest on Sunday, May 28. This gives you roughly four days to do everything you can in the Commonwealth. And who knows? You might want to buy the game afterwards. The fact that Fallout 4 has a 67% discount on both the game itself and its Season Pass will definitely help.
With the Season Pass, you’ll be able to get all of the game’s DLC, including its Automaton DLC (which lets you build your own custom robots and have them as party members), Far Harbor (taking you far from the Commonwealth to Far Harbor in Maine as you settle a conflict between settlers and the Church of Atom) to Nuka World (where you take over a raider kingdom in an old amusement park), there’s a ton of different things for you to do even outside of the main story.
So, if you have a computer that can run Fallout 4, and haven’t had a chance to play it yet, you can download it on PC starting tomorrow at the proper time, and play it all the way until Sunday.