Less than two weeks before Fallout 4's release, Bethesda Game Studios is full-on promotional mode for the world action role-playing game.
This time, they are up and about endorsing "The Art of Fallout 4," a hardcover book featuring art from the game itself.
Available on pre-sale for $50, the current estimated ship date for the item is Dec. 22.
"'The Art of Fallout 4' is a must-have collectible for fans and a trusty companion for every Wasteland wanderer," reads the book description on the Bethesda website.
Apart from designs and concept art from the game's different environments, the book also includes commentary straight from the game developers themselves. The 384 pages of images draw into the lives of the iconic characters, as well as a detailed look at the weapons. In addition, the Bethesda team incorporates a 16-page Art Gallery Section features full size in-game artwork and text, only available in the Limited Edition.
"The Art of Fallout 4" Limited Edition comes in a fully printed slipcase with a wrap-around image on metallic paper and soft touch lam. This gives the product an entirely "metal" look. Debossing, gloss and black gliding features are also included in the hardcover soft touch art book.
Bethesda's concept artist, Ray Lederer, also has his digital signature on a black cloth portfolio to hold an original exclusive full-color archival printed 9-by-12 inch mini lithograph.
While only 5,000 copies of the book will be made, those who purchase the Limited Edition will receive a redemption code for a digital copy of the regular edition, placed at a $30 value.
This collectible is sure to give you a new appreciation for art and details that you could miss when playing the game.
Though similar to Fallout 3 in terms of a camera that switches from first to third-person view, Fallout 4 boasts of a more appealing gameplay, such as the layered armored system, base-building option and dynamic dialogue.
Announced on June 3, Fallout 4 is set to be released on Nov. 10.
Check out the sample pages below from "The Art of Fallout 4."