About the game
Developed and published in 2015 by Bethesda, Fallout 4 picks up ten years after Fallout 3, when the Sole Survivor wakes up from Vault 111's cryogenic stasis, only to witness the murder of his wife and kidnapping of their son.
Fallout 4 Articles
Detroit: Become Human tops UK chart, State of Decay 2 second
Quantic Dream and David Cage's Detroit: Become Human has taken over UK physical sales chart, followed by State of Decay 2 and Dark Souls Remastered. Unfortunately, the God of War record Barlog and Co were hoping for ain't happening.
Crash Bandicoot breaks record for most #1 retail spots in 2017
Crash Bandicoot set a record this week for most times at No1 in 2017 on the UK retail chart. Agents of Mayhem debuted at number four and City Skylines: PlayStation 4 Edition did better than its Xbox One counterpart, debuting at number 20.
Valve release Steam top selling and top played game lists in 2018
As per usual, Lord Gaben's little helpers have posted the most sold and played Steam games across four categories - Top Sellers, Top New Releases, Top Selling VR Games and Most Simultaneous Players, all of them ranked in four brackets.
Switch's Mario Tennis Aces debuts in first place on UK charts
Nintendo Switch has seen two games debut in UK all formats chart's top 40, although only Mario Tennis Aces has managed to break into top 10. As it stands now, it's sitting in first place, replacing Barlog and Co's dad simulator God of War.
Detroit: Become Human drops to second place on UK charts
Unfortunately for David Cage and Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human, the game has failed to hold the first berth on UK's physical sales chart, unsurprisingly losing ground to the World Cup craze-induced sales of EA Sports' FIFA 18.
Bethesda are teasing a new Fallout-related release on Twitter
Bethesda have posted a cryptic tweet with a gif of a flickering screen simply stating "Please stand by". The screen was immediately recognised by Fallout fans who started waiting in anticipation, while Bethesda's Twitch channel lit up.
God of War tops UK boxed charts for fourth week running
God of War has managed to retain the first spot in UK's boxed sales chart for the fourth week in a row, which means that Kratos' new gig has overtaken The Last of Us: Remastered in consecutive chart positions for a Sony's published title.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy tops the UK sales charts
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is the sixth PlayStation exclusive to debut at number one this year. Crash Bandicoot fell to number three. F1 2017 and Madden NFL 18 both debuted in the top five, almost matching sales of last year’s editions.
God of War still rules UK boxed sales, Donkey Kong Country second
This week's UK boxed sales chart has been slightly reshuffled compared to the last week, albeit God of War has no intention of vacating that pole position. Interestingly enough, Donkey Kong came in second, despite being a Wii U port.
God of War retains pole position in UK boxed sales chart
Naturally, nobody expected radical changes on the UK boxed sales chart, what with this time of the year being particularly quiet when it comes to new releases. God of War and Far Cry 5 remain firmly in front but we did see a few upsets.