After the release of Fallout Shelter on iOS a few weeks ago, a tweet from Bethesda announced that the simulation game taking place in the universe of Fallout 4 will be released on Android by the month of August.
Fallout 4 was announced by Bethesda in June during E3. But the firm had another gift in its wallet.
Fallout Shelter, a free mobile simulation game that takes place in the Fallout universe was announced exclusively for iOS, but 2 days ago, the vice president of Bethesda Pete Hines confirmed in a tweet its release on Android, which will probably be in August.
@kolos_kovacs coming along nice. haven't announced a date, but should be out next month. we'll let you know when we have specifics
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) July 1, 2015
The game was a huge success on the Appstore by exceeding even the popular Candy Crush.
Remember, Fallout Shelter is a simulation game with a good dose of humor. A Sims-like taking place in the post-nuclear vaults of Fallout shelters. The goal is to survive the nuclear apocalypse. Build new rooms, send explorers to the surface … all in a 2D design.