After the amazeballs trailer that teased us about the upcoming Fallout 4 video game, Bethesda has revealed the release date, and even demoed gameplay at its E3 event last night.

Fallout 4 will arrive on November 10th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. In addition to the release date, the game publisher released a new, very long gameplay trailer that looks fantastic.

The game will let you play as either male of female, includes in-game versions of Space Invaders and Missile Command that you can play on the Pip Boy, and you can create settlements in the game.

Probably the most interesting – especially where merchandise is concerned – is that Bethesda is making and releasing a real Pip Boy that will be part of the special edition of Fallout 4.

The RobCo Pip-Boy (Personal Information Processor) is an electronic device manufactured by RobCo Industries. It uses ultra-modern super-deluxe resolution graphics, which coupled with its capability to store large amounts of information and transfer data to and from holodisks and from data tubes make it the obvious choice for the wandering explorer, the out-on-his-own newbie or the all-around survivalist expert.

The Pip-Boys were standard equipment issued to all Vault-Tec Vaults. Some Vaults received newer models of the device, while others got older versions.

Fan created Pip-Boy gives us a hint of what the real deal will look like
Fan created Pip-Boy gives us a hint of what the real deal will look like

While I don’t think it will be that realistic, those who have been wanting their own replica to wear to conventions are going to love this.

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