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If you’ve been holding out on buying a copy of Fallout 4, then you might want to head on over to Amazon with a quickness. They’re selling physical copies of the game for cheap across all three platforms, no strings attached.

The post-apocalypse has finally come to Boston in Fallout 4, giving players a brand new wasteland to explore and brand new mutants and monsters to pump full of lead. Arriving last October from Bethesda, the game usually sells for around 60 bucks. For what we assume is a limited time, however, it looks like Amazon is offering the game for roughly half off on all platforms, including the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. For whatever reason, the Xbox One version of the game is currently $38.50 while both the PS4 and PC versions can be had for as low as $28.08. What’s really interesting is that, as mentioned above, this is for the physical versions of the game. If you try to buy digital, you’ll get the usual $60 price point.

Again, there’s been no announcement of a sale or anything like that, so we have no idea why Fallout 4’s price has plummeted, but that’s no reason not to take advantage of a great discount. Also, again, no timeframe has been announced for this discount, so you might want to act soon if you plan on picking this one up.

What’s extra nice about this super low price is that you’re paying a much smaller amount of money for an absolutely huge game that has already received a couple of free updates. But in case all of that gaming goodness isn’t enough for you, you’ll also soon be able to get Fallout 4’s first major piece of DCL, Far Harbor. Since that’s due out on May 19, that gives you about six days to receive Fallout 4 in the mail and marathon through its campaign before the DLC drops. Or you could, you know, take your time with a tremendously discounted open-world RPG and grab that DLC at some point in the future. Your call. We’re not here to judge your gaming choices.

If you haven’t paid too much attention to Fallout 4 these past few months, what you’re looking at is a low-low price for what many consider the best game of 2016. Bethesda pulled out all of the stops on this one, giving players a huge world to explore and lots of missions to tackle. You also get a rad dog companion, a suit of steel to stomp around in and all kinds of other fun distractions. You can even establish and build up settlements (not to be confused with shelters) to provide resources while you play.

Anyway, even if you don’t have time to dive into Fallout 4 at the moment, you’d be crazy to pass it up at that price. Just sayin’.

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