Fallout 4 is only a few weeks away from its release, but before that happens, publisher Bethesda Softworks is giving Xbox One owners a chance to play the post-apocalypse RPG with their own Fallout 4 controller.
Bethesda will sell the limited edition Fallout 4 Xbox One Controller on Tuesday, October 20 on its own online store. The controller, which will be limited to 5,000 units, includes custom "Pip Boy" and Fallout 4 artwork. Bethesda has yet to reveal the price of the controller. It's being sold as part of a "Great War" sales event on the Bethesda Store site. A number of items have had their prices cut, and there will be other limited edition products sold during the next few days, including a Pip-Boy Messenger Bag on Oct. 21 and a Vault-Tec Industries watch on Oct. 22. Fallout 4 itself is due for release on November 10.
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