The Power Armor Edition is now out of stock - hope you grabbed them while you could!
Fallout fans may have differing opinions about Fallout 76 and it's always online gameplay, but one thing everyone can agree on is that the Power Armor Edition is the bomb.
You'll get the game (along with beta access confirmed for Xbox and PC so far), a glow in the dark map of the game world, Fallout 76 miniatures, exclusive digital content, and a scale replica of a T-51 power armor helmet that you can actually wear.
Like previous Fallout collector's editions, it's not cheap. It's currently listed at $199 for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation, but that may not be the exact retail price when the game ships in November of this year. Also like previous Fallout collector's editions, these pre-orders will probably go fast and finding one without preordering will be nigh impossible.
Fallout 76 is the prequel to all the existing Fallout games, and it takes place in West Virginia 25 years after the bombs fell. It's the first multiplayer Fallout and appears to require an always-on connection.
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