Fallout Shelter comes to PC this week
Fallout Shelter, the game of mobile devices, is scheduled to debut on the PC this week, along with the update 1.6 of the title, the biggest so far.
Next week Fallout Shelter will receive the biggest upgrade to date. In addition, Bethesda has announced that the title will come to PC.
Bethesda published yesterday that the new patch of Fallout Shelter will be available in “five days”, so it is likely that the middle of the week the studio is debuting the game that was originally released to promote Fallout 4.
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In addition, the 1.6 patch of Fallout Shelter will introduce a new system of fighting and allow you to send people on missions; also add new locations, enemies and characters to your vault. For special features that the game will be on PC, the developer does not inform anything special.
Fallout Shelter is a mobile based game on the construction which was released during E3 2015. Each of the residents has its own statistics, gaining new levels of experience. A player can change the equipment charges, sending them to different tasks – even in the wilderness. Due to its huge success on smartphones, it is expected to have similar impact on PC.