Bethesda has released the long-awaited official cover of "Country Roads" used in the Fallout 76 reveal trailer. Putting a unique spin John Denver's original 1971 track, the three-minute cover is now available in full via the iTunes Store.
As announced at E3 2018, sales from the Country Roads cover will back a donation to "Habitat for Humanity" – a charity helping build affordable housing across the globe. Bethesda claims it will donate 100 percent of profits, with a minimum donation of $100,000.
The iconic track has already been stuck in the heads of many, and this release should only push that further. The track is accessible exclusively for purchase through the iTunes Store, with seemingly no presence on streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify.
To download the Fallout 76 Country Roads cover for yourself, the single is available for $0.99.
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