#Fallout 4 is a game that is loved by most RPG fans. It was released in November 2015 and it quickly became Bethesda’s most successful game launch ever. The title also received a multitude of great reviews from fans and critics alike. The action role-playing game is developed by Bethesda Game Studio and is available on various gaming platforms.

If one has not tried out the game yet, then Bethesda is giving such gamers the perfect opportunity to visit the post-apocalyptic Boston. Game developers have launched the first free weekend for “Fallout 4” for #Steam and #Xbox Live Gold users.

Free “Fallout 4” weekend offer

“Fallout 4” will be free to play throughout the weekend, from May 25 to May 28, per Bethesda’s free weekend plan.

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The base game along with the innumerable interesting mods will be available for players to experience throughout the weekend without having to pay a single dime.

This is the first time that the game has been put up for such an offer and presents the perfect opportunity for new players to get into the vast world of “Fallout 4. For the Xbox One platform, the free weekend will start at 12:01 a.m. PT on May 25 and will end at 11:59 p.m. PT on May 28. For PC users, the offer commences at 10 a.m. PT on May 25 and runs out at 1 p.m. PT on May 28.

Huge discounts on “Fallout 4” as well

While the free weekend offer is limited to PC and Xbox One players only, Bethesda has also come up with the plan which would benefit players on all three platforms. After the free weekend offer starts, "Fallout 4" will be up for sale at huge discounts through Steam, Xbox Live, and PlayStation Store.

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The game would be sold at discounts of as much as 67 percent during this time and these discounts will be valid for the base game and also for the Season Pass.

E3 2017 is just around the corner and with this discount and free weekend offers, Bethesda may be hinting toward releasing a VR compatible version of “Fallout 4.” This theory has been further substantiated by the fact that the developers have been constantly talking about the VR technology and what the future may hold. If Bethesda indeed decides to release VR Fallout 4, then this sale would make perfect sense.

“Fallout 4” places players in the shoes of a survivor who must find a way to locate a missing family member in a post-nuclear apocalypse Boston. The game released to rave reviews and is a sequel to “Fallout 3.” GameSpot and IGN scored the game 9 and 9.5 out of 10, respectively.