It’s no secret that the Fallout 4 game will be unveiled on the 10th of November, but it will not come alone.
Xbox devotes will be getting some freebies as well. Those who pre-order Fallout 4 on Xbox One (before the big launch obviously) will be gifted with a copy of the Fallout 3 edition that can be played on Xbox 360. There is more: as soon as Xbox One Backwards Compatibility (scheduled to arrive on the 12th of November) will see the light of day, you can experience the game on Xbox One, the Fallout 3 will be linked to your Xbox Live account, but as soon as you get your hands on the Backwards Compatibility then you can experience the game on Xbox One. This is due to the latter software that will be able to mirror the 360 game console. Game fanatics can now rejoice as Fallout 3 will be up for grabs on Xbox One all thanks to the Backward Compatibility software that will be available pretty soon.
Pip-Boy app for Android gizmos is here! Available on Google Play Store
In other news, the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy app is up for grabs on Google Play Store. With just a few more days and counting until the Fallout 4 is released, fans will be happy to hear that Pip-Boy is accessible. This will work alongside Fallout 4 and will permit users to have full control over their Pip-Boy, the best part about this app is that it will be compatible to all version of the game (PC, PS4 and Xbox One) and you can check the maps, inventory and more even when you’re not near your game console. It will also include a mini game, dubbed Atomic Command, the Fallout Pip-Boy App will work on Android 4.0 and above and you should get your hands on it now.