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Fallout Shelter coming to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch tonight-FOR FREE

Fallout Shelter will be coming to more platforms.

Todd Howard has a habit of making big announcements at E3. In 2015, Howard shocked the gaming world with the announcement that Fallout 4 would be released later that year. During the same speech, he announced that a new mobile game called Fallout Shelter would be debuting. That night.

The free to play game was an instant success. It had Fallout’s trademark humor and was easy to play, making the game fun, challenging, and addictive. The game would eventually come to Android devices and the Xbox One. Bethesda has continued to support the game with updates in order to keep the game fresh.

Todd Howard made an eerily similar announcement tonight when he announced the game would be coming to the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch. And when would the game be made to available to players for those two platforms? If you guessed tonight, then you are SPECIAL.

 

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