Fallout 4 Pip-Boy App Comes To Google Play, App Store To Improve Your Life Integrity
The Fallout 4 gravy train continues to chug along with the release today of an official Pip-Boy companion app for the game. Best of all, the app will work regardless of whether you dropped some serious coin for the Pip-Boy Edition of Fallout 4.
The app can sync with Fallout 4 on your PC, Xbox One or PlayStation 4 and provides access to your inventory, stats, map, and your radio. You’re even capable of playing holotape games without having to interrupt your action on the big screen. Bethesda has also managed to cram in the Atomic Command mini-game, which is basically the classic game Missile Command with a Fallout-themed twist.
The Fallout 4 Pip-Boy app is currently available for iOS and Android, and you can download it from the respective App Store and Google Play. Interestingly enough, Bethesda will also give Windows Phone users some love as well, but the app isn’t yet available from the Windows Phone Store.
Fallout 4 mania is increasing as we come closer to the game’s November 10th launch. Earlier this week, screenshots and in-game footage of the game were leaked to the Internet, much to the delight of Fallout fans (and to the dismay of Bethesda). And just last night, Bethesda and Turn 10 announced a game “crossover,” which will see two Fallout 4-themed vehicles make their way to the hugely popular Forza Motorsport 6 racing title.