The first Fallout 4 reviews are online, one day ahead of its release date, and there's a lot to like about what's being billed as the final triple-A PC game of 2015.
The Bethesda Softworks-made game is launching on PS4, Xbox One and PC on Tuesday, November 10, putting it in a small, exclusive group of big budget games which have hit the digital shelves in the same year they were announced.
The game is still available to pre-load for another 24 hours in both standard and special editions.
Fallout 4 on PC for £33.99/$49.99
At the Golden Joystick Awards - the gaming equivalent of the Oscars - you voted Fallout 4 the year's most wanted game.
To celebrate that fact, the new Golden Joystick Store (run by the owners of techradar and PC Gamer) is offering a great offer on the PC version of the game - $49.99 in the US and £33.99 in the UK. The price is going to go up after tomorrow.
It's time to pre-load your check your PIP Boy for the time and unloads your VATS (or wallet) to unleash hour of gameplay on this post-apocalyptic PC game. It's almost here.