Bethesda has finally launched the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Application for Android devices and it can be downloaded for free on the Google Play Store. This app grants a number of features and this includes the ability to interact with Fallout 4 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Players can further use this application to check data on Fallout 4 which includes map, radio, inventory and stats. The app includes the ability to play Holotape games and Atomic command is included for free.
The app works well with the phone that has been strapped to the Pip-Boy device. There has been no mention of a release date of this app for the Apple users. Fallout 4 will be released in 10th November for Xbox One, PC and PS4.
Meanwhile, the Fallout franchise didn’t have drivable vehicles for some time but it seems like they are finally making a comeback but in a different game series. Turn 10, the Forza Motorsport 6 developer has teamed up with Bethesda in order to give players of Forza an early taste of Fallout 4 and this will come in the way of a free DLC, including a Vault-Tec themed ’56 Ford F100.
All Forza 6 players will now enjoy access to the blue and yellow Vault Boy Truck. There are more DLCs this time and it includes the Chryslus Rocket 69, which is a fictional car from the Fallout universe. It will be coming in 2016 but keep in mind that it remains exclusive to gamers who purchase Fallout 4 on Xbox One.
Drinkable Nuka-Cola, functioning Pip-Boys, drivable cars, it seems like Bethesda is going all out with this upcoming highly-anticipated title. With so many promotional items already included and possibly more upcoming, players have a lot more things to do besides playing the game itself.
Meanwhile, if you are trying to figure out the size of Fallout 4’s map, rest assured, you’re not the only one. There is a player who is already trying to figure it out. Before the game release, a lot of Fallout 4 content has already been leaking out and the latest bit of spoiler-infused rumor talks about the size of Fallout 4 Boston-area map.
This is quite noteworthy, considering the fact that Bethesda has been pretty cagey about the game map in Fallout 4. However, Redditor RedBeardedT shared a link to a video recently and it showcased a player running from one end of the map to another.
From the looks of it, the player takes around 10 minutes and 40 seconds to accomplish this feat and he encounters a lot of desolate wasteland in the middle. Don’t forget, the setting is post-apocalyptic! While watching the video, you will notice various areas of the map that feature something volatile, including plenty of irradiated ground and lightning-like flashes as well. In the end, it kind of looks similar to a radiation storm.
If you are trying to compare Fallout 4’s size with other games, things can get a bit difficult. This is because there are many walkthroughs uploaded by players and they take the longest route possible. The speed is further affected by the mode of transportation used during this.
For example, walking through Skyrim takes something around 2 hours and the same goes for Witcher 3 as well but it’s difficult to measure, with the map being segmented in places. Therefore, in the end, it will be difficult to judge whether Fallout 4 map is bigger or smaller than other games, if that actually matters to you in the first place.