Fallout Shelter released for PS4 and Switch

The Elder Scrolls Legends also getting console versions.

At its E3 conference, Bethesda announced that Fallout Shelter, its popular vault management spin-off, is being released for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch - and it's out now.

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As on mobile, PC and Xbox, Fallout Shelter for PS4 and Switch is free to play.

It's not the only free-to-play Bethesda spin-off completing the console set, either. The Elder Scrolls Legends card game will be released for Xbox One, PS4 and Switch later this year.

The game is being revamped with a new look for consoles, and progress will carry over from PC and mobile versions via your Bethesda.net accounts.

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