Do you collect everything that has to do with Fallout? If you answered yes, you should know that a new collection with games of this franchise could be on the way or at least that is how it seems thanks to a registration in an online store.
What happened? Well, Amazon.de published a product page corresponding to a collection called The Fallout Legacy Collection, which includes 6 PC games in exchange for $44. It is also noted that this package will be available from October 25, so it is supposed to arrive before the end of the month.
According to the product page, The Fallout Legacy Collection will include the following games:
- Fallout 2
- Fallout Tactics
- Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition
- Fallout New Vegas: Ultimate Edition
- Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition
As you can see, it is a product that includes all the main deliveries of Fallout, accompanied by its downloadable content. What is striking is the absence of Fallout 76, but it is possible that Bethesda believes that it is still too recent to launch it in a collection.
It is worth mentioning that this would not be the first time that Bethesda Softworks launches a Fallout collection. Recall that, in 2015, months before the premiere of Fallout 4, the company released to the public Fallout Anthology, a collection with all deliveries of the series available so far on PC.
In other news, a health alert went on in the United States, after it was discovered that a Fallout collectible could endanger those who bought it. This is because it turns out to present the ideal conditions for a type of fungus to develop.
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission revealed that approximately 20,000 units of the T-51b Power Armor collectible Helmet should be returned to stores. This is because there may be mold in the fabric inside the helmet which makes it a potential health risk for individuals with weakened immune systems, damaged lungs or allergy to this type of fungus.
The good news is that all Fallout fans who have purchased this collectible helmet will receive a refund. So, you will not lose anything by returning it.
Although it was originally believed that the collectible helmet was part of the Fallout 76 collection edition, Bethesda sent a statement clarifying that it is another product, which is sold exclusively on GameStop.
The helmets that are being collected are not from the Power Armor Edition of Fallout 76, but from a different line of helmets sold exclusively for GameStop. The cases of the Power Armor Edition of Fallout 76 were not affected. Consumers should visit the store page if they bought it.
I remind you that Bethesda’s most recent Fallout 76 released on November 14, 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.