On the list of things where it’s about time, Bethesda announced at its E3 conference last night that its popular free-to-play mobile game, Fallout Shelter, will be coming to PC in July. This PC version will release at the same time as an update for the mobile version that will introduce quests and locations that your dwellers can actually visit.

For those unfamiliar with the original mobile game, Fallout Shelter is a sim-management game based in one of the Vault-Tec shelters of the Fallout games. It’s up to the player to keep the dwellers happy, healthy, and hard at work repopulating the world as quickly as possible. This requires building new rooms, training the dwellers in different areas, and managing just about every disaster any sim-type NPC is capable of creating.

When, exactly, in July the update and PC version will hit was not disclosed, but those interested in playing can keep an eye on the game’s official site.

QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community. For the past five years she's been a writer at Gamebreaker TV.


  1. I think Fallout shelter is a good example of the slowest ever response to a “Please release on a PC”
    But the biggest beg ever! was of course from Rockstar Games( who are the ignoramus’s in the gaming world) of their title, Red Dead Redemption, which was never ever released onto the PC, They totally ignored our pleas, so many of us fell hard to beg for it onto Silent room, with no answers at all just pure ignorance on Rockstar games behalf.

    It is very shameful for game developers to ignore the hugely dedicated PC players like this, when we supply most their bread & butter in gaming world.


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