Fallout 4
The lead character and his dog in "Fallout 4" http://store.steampowered.com/

“Fallout 4” currently has the video gaming world in its grasp, thanks to the reputation Bethesda has built for itself over the years with games like “Skyrim,” so it's easy to see why fans can’t wait for the title. To ease the anticipation of fans, Bethesda announced that “Fallout 4” would give players the option to preload the game so it will be complete by the time the title comes out.

To those unfamiliar with the term, preloading lets a player install a game into his or her platform prior to its release date. The game will be playable once it is released, and fans won’t have to wait for long installations, as it has already been preloaded into the platform.

IGN confirmed that the PC version of “Fallout 4” will take 30 GB of free space, so those who plan on playing the game with their computers should make room for it. The size for the PS4 and Xbox One versions haven’t been announced yet, though it should be the same as the PC version.

All of the game’s trophies and achievements have also been revealed, most of which involve completing quests related to the story, while some will be given after completion of side quests. According to Twinfinite, fans won’t have to worry about looking at the trophies/achievements, as they are mostly spoiler-free.

The only things the trophies/achievements spoil are the titles of the game’s missions, which shouldn’t be a deal breaker for fans. However, some trophies do give details on certain missions, so players who want to be surprised may want to avoid looking at them, if they consider such as spoilers.

“Fallout 4” is solicited for a Nov. 10 release, so fans have plenty of time to purchase the game digitally and preload it. There are also a number of pre-order bonuses for those who want the physical copy of “Fallout 4,” including a Pip-Boy Edition, which sold out recently. Those who pre-order the game on Steam will get a special “DOTA 2” announcer pack.

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Fallout 4 - The Wanderer Trailer (Credit: YouTube/Bethesda Softworks)