Fallout Shelter is a free-to-play apocalypse management game, which tasks players with the stewardship of their very own underground bunker sheltered from the nuclear wasteland outside. Fallout Shelter is based on the popular RPGs developed by Bethesda Softworks, and it debuted just before E3 2015 for iOS devices.
Since Fallout Shelter's launch, it has made its way across to Android and Windows PCs, but now, the game is hitting console for the first time on Xbox One, sharing progression with a Windows 10 Store version. The store listing is now live.
Update 1:30PM ET: Fallout Shelter is now live to download in the Store! Follow the Windows Store link below to get it.
Fallout Shelter has been updated continuously since launch, adding tons of new features. The Windows 10 and Xbox One versions of the game will receive all the same content as other versions, complete with Xbox Play Anywhere integration for the synchronizing of progress and purchases.
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like Fallout Shelter will be supporting Windows 10 Mobile, at least for now. It appears that Fallout Shelter might be a direct Project Centennial port of its desktop version, without support for ARM devices.
Update 15:55PM ET: Microsoft PR has confirmed that there are no plans to release a Windows 10 Mobile version at this time. We're waiting on a response from Bethesda to see whether plans could change in the future.
We've reached out to both Bethesda and Microsoft to ask whether the situation might change in the future, but at least soon, you'll be able to enjoy the game on your Windows 10 PC, tablet, or Xbox One.
Download Fallout Shelter using the link below!
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