Bethesda announced Fallout Shelter, a mobile simulation game for Windows 10 systems and Xbox One with release set for February 7th.

The game was originally released for Android and iOS devices in 2015 then for PCs in July last year. While recently, the developer announced the game’s release for Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs as an Xbox Play Anywhere title next week. According to the developers, the visuals are improved so the players can enjoy the game on their TVs and laptops at a better resolution.

Fallout Shelter requires players to build and manage their own vault, call out the citizens and work with them. The new update added new challenges, quests on the basis of a weekly as well as special event, some contents from the Fallout 4 final DLC, the Nuka World.

The game received a good response from the fans and critics upon its release, got awards and managed to earn $5.1 million from the microtransactions. Currently, there’s no sign of game’s Steam release. The previous Windows release required players to play with Bethesda’s game launcher.

Fallout Shelter will be released for Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One on February 7th and will be available as a free-to-download title from Microsoft’s Windows or Xbox Store. Stay tuned for more updates!

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