To compensate fans who were unhappy with the latest installment of the Fallout series, Fallout 76, Bethesda revealed in December that all owners of the November launched title before the New Year will be gifted the first three titles that set the foundation to why we are all familiar with the franchise.
Announcing the Fallout Classic Collection, this bundle of definite titles are contrived of:
- Fallout 2
- Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel
Today the publisher made a blog post revealing that users on PC are now able to download the three games: simply run the Bethesda browser on your PC, sign-in to your respected Bethesda account, and download the titles in the games menu. In the same blog post, Bethesda also revealed that a patch will be releasing today (January 10th) which holds over 150 fixes that will go live first on PC.
For other future updates that are planned for the post-apocalyptic online title, the post also brushed upon the subject with some insight on what is part of the two patches to launch for this month. One set to release on January 14th, the update will prioritize gameplay stability as highly urged by the community. Following with the second client launching near the end of the month to squash some bugs for vendors, legendary mods, and wonky perks.
Fallout 76 is out now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.