Bethesda has pushed out an update for Fallout Shelter, bumping the version up to 1.9. Along with this update comes a new location for players to complete quests in, as well as new quests to actually complete, and because of the holiday season, there’s now holiday-themed content available to explore.
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Fallout Shelter has received a new update that brings with it a couple of new interesting features for players to try out. The update brings with it a new Themes Workshop, new time-limited quests for players to complete, re-balancing other Quest times and combat speed, among a few other goodies.
Bethesda’s wildly popular Fallout spin-off game for mobile devices, called Fallout Shelter, has received a new update today which the company is stating is the biggest update for the game so far. This update, which changes the version to 1.6, adds an entirely new combat system as well as a slew of new quests and more to the game.
Fallout Shelter, Bethesda’s take on the Tiny Towers style of game, has received a fairly significant update. For the uninitiated, players will be creating and managing their own fallout shelter, with all the characters being rendered in the style of Vault Boy.
If you own one of Nvidia’s newly released Shield Tablet K1 units, and you saw yesterday’s news of the Marshmallow update arriving for that particular tablet, then you are probably aware that Fallout Shelter arrived with this particular update. Now that you have this game installed on your tablet, Nvidia is giving away some in-game goodies for Fallout Shelter players using the Shield K1 tablet.
In other Bethesda news, the company’s popular Fallout Shelter mobile game has received an update today that brings with it all kinds of neat little features for players to check out. One of those features is the ability to actually evict lazy Dwellers from your Vault. That’s just one of the cool new features that has arrived with this update.
Bethesda has pushed out an update for their Fallout Shelter game that brings with it a few new features including a new game mode. However, more importantly, Fallout Shelter now has the ability to save your vault using cloud save. This means you can now save your vault via the cloud, and access it on another device if need be.
On a more lighter note about Fallout Shelter, Bethesda has released a cool new infographic going over lots of interesting numbers that related to the company’s newest game. At the time of putting out this infographic, over 85 million Vaults have already been created in-game, which is a lot in a short period of time.
According to a lot of Android gamers out there playing Fallout Shelter, Bethesda’s newest and only Android offering has a killer bug, and it isn’t a lovely radroach either. What apparently happens is simple: when a users handset runs out of battery during gameplay, or crashes unexpectedly stemming from running out of memory, there’s a chance that the save file gets deleted.
Good news for Android gamers wanting to play the immensely popular Fallout Shelter game from Bethesda. The company just announced moments ago on Twitter that the Android version would finally be arriving next month, on August 13th, 2015 to be exact.