We can hardly express our excitement for the Nov. 10 release of Fallout 4, but this new app is making it a bit easier to show our emotions through the modern communication tool of the beloved emoji.
Bethesda has launched a new app called Fallout C.H.A.T. for iOS and Android, which allows users to text fellow Fallout fans in their contacts using emojis and GIFs from Wasteland.
The Fallout-themed keyboard comes with more with 60 Fallout emojis that include Vault Boy giving the thumb up, a super mutant's face, explosive debris, Fallout 4's dog wearing a bandanna, a space monkey and Nuka Cola, along with a handful of Vault Boy GIFs.
Users can also send actual words in the fonts and styles that are seen in the game.
The "Vault-Tec approved communication" app is available in nine different languages, including English, French, Italian and Spanish. There are mild references for alcohol and tobacco references, along with some crude humor that is familiar with the franchise.
The official description of Fallout C.H.A.T. is as follows:
Jazz up your boring old messages with the official Vault-Tec Communications Hub and Transmitter — that's C.H.A.T. to you. Bring Fallout flavor to your messages with our fully customized keyboard, including text styles, over 60 emoji and animated Vault Boy GIFs. So warm up your tapping fingers and show that you're the ultimate Fallout fan with C.H.A.T. today!
Fallout C.H.A.T. is free to download for iOS and Android devices. Fallout 4 will be released on Nov. 10 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.