Fallout Shelter Is Coming To Xbox One and Windows 10 This Week

Take your vault-dwelling adventures to your Xbox One or Windows 10 PC. 


Fallout Shelter originally released as a mobile spinoff for both Android and iOS devices before Fallout 4 hit store shelves. Now it’s making its way to Xbox One and Windows 10 on February 7. While this is the game’s debut on Windows 10, it actually released for PC users in July 2016, about a year after its initial 2015 launch.

The Xbox One and Windows 10 versions will support Xbox Play Anywhere, which means you can bring both your Achievements and progress back and forth between both platforms. According to Xbox Wire, the game has been adapted for Xbox One controllers and it will be a free download. 

Previously the PC release came with a bundle of additional content, such as new weapons, HUD augments, the Overseer’s Office, Questing, and the addition of Nuka-Cola Quantum as well as Radscorpions and Ghouls. The game was also expanded long before that with post-release updates that included the introduction of Crafting, Scrapping, Pets, additional Dweller customization options and more. 

If you missed out on Fallout Shelter before now and want to jump in on the fun with a console rather than your mobile devices you can pick it up tomorrow, February 7. Clear out your schedules and get ready to dive back into the Wasteland once more.

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