After a successful mobile that neither Bethesda own expected, ‘Fallout Shelter’ soon make the jump to the desktop with a PC version, enabling us to build a better tomorrow -that herself underground. Now it appears in the digital store of Microsoft twice and with a very interesting novelty: is the new title to sign up to the initiative Play Anywhere.
The idea behind this free-to-play is simple: instead of living adventures in the nuclear post-apocalypse ‘Fallout’, why not enjoy the comforts of shelter and, incidentally, acclimate to our basic needs and our most bizarre tastes? Now we can also answer that question in the Windows ecosystem.
The main thing of this version of Fallout Shelter is that, being a title pertaining to the label Play Anywhere, which will add all the progress that we make in Xbox One and Windows 10. In other words, we will be able to play it in desks and continue from where we left off on our TV (vice versa). In addition, and as expected, it will be fully adapted to the Xbox One controller.
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Although Bethesda carries an exemplary record with ‘Fallout 4’, ‘Doom’ or ‘Dishonored 2’, it is curious that one of their games more laureates have been a ‘Fallout Shelter’ that was created to reinforce the launch of the latest delivery ‘Fallout’ saga but without much expectation of success.
Interestingly, good host ensures that it will continue to see more games of the Maryland study on mobile. If they are as entertaining as this ‘adventure without leaving the shelter’, welcome. For now, we will see the boy Pip return to Windows 10 and Xbox One from February 7.