Aimed at solid fans of Bethesda's post-apocalyptic RPG, the Fallout 4 Deluxe Vinyl Soundtrack has been put up for preorder via Bethesda's online store.
This deluxe edition of the title's official soundtrack comes packed with a 65-track game score created by popular composer Inon Zur.
"This collection includes over 3.5 hours of Fallout music on six LPs in three full-color gatefold jackets, all housed in a full color heavy board-stock slipcover," reads the description of the product. "This is truly a collection of unprecedented proportions."
Audiophiles who might be interested to grab this Fallout 4 exclusive soundtrack set should know that it comes with a steep price of $125. Moreover, Bethesda also mentions in the product page that customers who decide to snag one should not expect to receive their purchased item soon after ordering as the estimated shipping date is still on July 1. However, it also mentions that the ship date is subject to change "without notice."
Just to be clear, this soundtrack the studio is selling does not include the game's licensed music that plays through in-game radio stations, such as The Ink Spots' "It's All Over but the Crying."
Fallout 4 can be played via PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One. The game's latest expansion, Far Harbor, was already released a few weeks ago across the three platforms.
Earlier this month, Tech Times delved on a report that the studio is urging PS4 users to re-download Far Harbor DLC if they have been having trouble with the said expansion on the platform.
Since Far Harbor was launched, PS4 users have reported a slew of stability issues. Because of this, Bethesda provided a solution without having to push out a patch - the company made the decision to roll out a new version of the DLC.
Re-installing the Far Harbor DLC on PS4 should help in fixing performance issues that have been plaguing users in the past days.
In related news, we also earlier reported that Fallout 4 on the Xbox One already has official mod support.
Among the mods that settlers may want to try out are Full Dialogue Interface, Re-Growth and Cheat Menu (Portable Holotape Menu). Settlers may also want to consider Carcadia and Quicksilver mods.
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