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Build your very own vault in 'Fallout 4' July 26th

Yep, what basically amounts to 'Fallout Shelter' will be playable on PC, PS4 and Xbox before August.
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Whereas Fallout Shelter has become more like Fallout 4 in recent months, come July 26th those actions will swap. The "Vault-Tec Workshop" expansion hits PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One that day according to a post on Bethesda.net. What's this add-on bring to the table? Creating a vault of your very own (like you did in Fallout Shelter on mobile) where you can attract folks to your custom-built domain, play dress-up with them and then put 'em to work. The company is sending out early beta access to folks on PC this week.

Anyone who's spent a fair bit of time exploring the wastes of previous games has probably encountered at least a few vaults where overseers were running experiments on the dwellers. Now, you can do that yourself. The details of how far that will go aren't clear just yet, but at least there isn't much longer to wait.

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