Fallout 4 is the newest game in the Fallout series developed by Bethesda Game Studios’, the award-winning developer behind the Fallout and Elder Scrolls game series’. Dubbed “the most ambitious game ever” and the “next generation of open-world gaming”, Fallout 4 has been met with excitement, joy and general anticipation as gamers everywhere have been waiting on the edge of their seats for this release. The game was unprecedentedly announced and released within the same year, giving fans what they wanted as soon as possible. When Fallout 4 was announced, the special edition was detailed as the Pip-Boy edition.
This edition of the game comes with a Power Armor Steelbook with the game inside, a Vault-Tec Perk poster, a Pip-Boy Pocket Guide, a RobCo Industries stand, a classy Vault 111 themed box and most importantly a wearable Pip-Boy which supports most iPhone and Samsung Galaxy phones. A Pip-Boy companion app can be downloaded to your phone and then used inside of the Pip-Boy (as seen in the video linked at the bottom of this article). The app can be linked to the users game, making it completely functional and useful while playing Fallout 4. Of course the app can be used by everyone in or out of the collectible Pip-Boy, but for the lucky few who snagged a pre-order of the limited Pip-Boy Edition the app can be used in classic Fallout style.
As my husband and I sit down, eagerly waiting for the game to finish installing onto our PlayStation 4, I decided that I should upload some images of the earlier unboxing. So without further adieu, the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition:
*All images taken by me, myself and I in the comfort of my home. Not pictured is the Vault-Tec Perk poster.*
The following video is a brief test of the demo mode preformed by my husband with the use of the Pip-Boy itself using his Samsung Galaxy S5 phone paired with the Pip-Boy companion app. Sadly (for me), the Pip-Boy only supports most Samsung Galaxy and iPhones, given that I own a HTC One M9 I cannot use my phone in the Pip-Boy as it does not fit inside the device. Though luckily this meant I was able to film the test myself and upload it to my YouTube channel.