Bethesda's free-to-play vault manager for smartphones has finally launched on the Android format. Also, its iOS version has had a significant update.
Even after finishing the main game, you're going to be free to explore the Beantown Wasteland all you want and keep leveling up in Fallout 4.
We've got some bad news for anyone who hasn't ordered the Pip-Boy Edition of Fallout 4.
The Washington-based toy masters at Funko have announced a new line of Fallout-themed Mystery Mini figures, which should be launching this fall.
Bethesda explained the details of how you'll be able to score your free copy of Fallout 3 after pre-ordering the Xbox One version of Fallout 4.
Those of you who have been waiting with bated breath to learn if your mobile device will fit inside the Fallout 4: Pip-Boy Edition can now stop wondering.
A copy of Fallout 4 will be sent to a special fan who sent 11 pounds of bottle caps to Bethesda as a means of pre-ordering.
The wasteland is calling and we're answering the call. Avoid the radscorpions and check out this Fallout fan art gallery in the Greatest Game Art Ever.
We all recognized Ron Perlman saying his infamous words heralding the nuclear apocalypse, now it's time to reveal the lead voices of Fallout 4.
War never changes, and scalpers never do either as Fallout 4's Pip-Boy Collector's Edition gets harder and harder to find.