Fallout Pip-Boy

Fallout Pip-Boy

Fallout 4 will be one of the most important game releases of this year – the game by Bethesda Softworks is expected on November 10 and it will be available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. In any case Fallout 4 is a promising game that will almost surely deliver and then some more.

To increase the hype surrounding the game and ease the live of gamers Bethesda has released an interesting Android app called Fallout Pip-Boy. You can find it on Google Play and yes, this is not a game. Instead Fallout Pip-Boy will allow gamers, no matter the device they use, to interact with their installation of Fallout 4 be it on PC, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. The app works by remembering your status and allowing you access your data while on the go. You can check your inventory, stats, map, radio and even play holotype games right from the Fallout Pip-Boy application.

Fallout Pip-Boy will appeal to fans of the Fallout games and more specifically to gamers who have or will purchase Fallout 4. If you are one of these people then Fallout Pip-Boy is definitely for you; if not Fallout Pip-Boy is not for you but who knows – this just might be the app that can make you a Fallout fan.

The free Fallout Pip-Boy application is here on Google Play.

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