By now, it’s pretty clear that Bethesda loves to release games over and over again (let’s not forget that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is available on Amazon Alexa). It seems that the publisher is gearing up for a re-release of titles in the Fallout series if a recent listing on Amazon Germany is to be believed.
The listing suggests that Bethesda is going to release all the Fallout games in one new collection called the Fallout Legacy Collection. This collection will include the original Fallout along with Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, and Fallout: 4 Game of the Year Edition in one complete package. The apparent leak also says that this collection will release on 25 October.
It’s important to note that Bethesda hasn’t confirmed anything, so take this leak with a grain of salt. But considering most Amazon listing leaks usually turn out to be true in some capacity, it may actually exist. The listing shows the collection will be available on PC only but there have been other reports that suggest that there may be PS4 and Xbox One versions too.
If the collection is indeed in the works, it’s too good of a deal to pass up as it will include (almost) every Fallout game ever released, including associated DLC. It also means that all Fallout games will be available on a current gen console for the first time ever. Another important thing to note is that Fallout 76 isn’t part of the collection but Bethesda may be purposely distancing themselves from the controversial game.
It’s a bit of a weird leak and seeing that Bethesda hasn’t made a comment on it yet, it may be a pipe dream. Though such a collection is sure to entice many Fallout fans to jump back into the Wasteland.