Fallout Legacy Collection Reportedly Arriving Later This Month

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The Fallout series has been through quite a lot since the late ’90s. What started as a bleak, depressing isometric RPG that pitted players against an unforgiving wasteland slowly morphed into one of the most beloved open-world games of all time. After legal battles, a canceled MMO, and uncertainty after it was sold off by Interplay, the series is stronger than it has ever been in its history. That said, many younger generational gamers may not have played the earlier games in the series. Luckily, it appears that a Fallout Legacy Collection is slated to arrive that should provide a great entry point into the series.

According to a leaked listing from Amazon Germany, Fallout Legacy Collection will be released on October 25th of this month. This collection for PC will include Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, and Fallout 4. Players will get the game of the year editions for Fallout 3, 4, and New Vegas; giving them plenty of DLC content to work through once they’ve finished the main game. This isn’t the first time PC players have gotten sweet collections of the Fallout series as Fallout Trilogy previously collected all the Interplay and Black Isle games. Fallout Anthology had every game in the series except Fallout 4 and even had a dope Mini-Nuke enclosure to keep them all in.

Unfortunately for Fallout Legacy Collection, it doesn’t look like there will be any unique packaging included. While that minor detail may be a bit of a bummer, there’s still a whole lot in this package to get excited about! The leak is still pending confirmation, but if it’s real the Fallout Legacy Collection will let us all return to the wasteland when it comes out on October 25th exclusively for the PC.

Are you going to get the Fallout Legacy Collection? Which game are you going to play first? Let us know in the comments below! Be sure to also follow us on Twitter, Like us on Facebook, and check out all the latest news from Don’t Feed The Gamers:

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