Updated 09:46 AM EDT, Sat, Aug 08, 2020

'Fallout 4' News Countdown: Where to Get the Best Deals & How to Start Building Your Character Now

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Before the release of "Fallout 4" on Tuesday, numerous deals for the game has been made available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC users.

According to GottaBeMobile, there is a $10 gift code offered by Microsoft while Amazon has a $10 off for individuals with Amazon Prime.

"And Dell is including a $25 eGift Card to those that buy Fallout 4 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC," added the same report.

Another deal for the game is Best Buy's offering which allows gamers to choose from the three versions of Fallout 4 (Xbox One, PC and PS4) or select the Fallout 4 Gold Bundle. The bundle, as per GottaBeMobile, costs $85 and comes with the Fallout 4 Season Pass and Fallout 4 socks.

Venture Beat also earlier reported that in another effort to outsell the PS4 by the end of the year, Microsoft has introduced the "Fallout 4" bundle for the Xbox One in partnership with game publisher Bethesda.

This will put a 1TB Xbox One, a headset, Fallout 4, and Fallout 3 all into the same package for $400," added the same report.

It was also noted that the game is expected to be one of this year's top-selling one, as it is projected to exceed the 20-million mark in terms of copies sold.

"And Microsoft is expecting the popularity of Fallout 4, which is only coming out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, to give its home console a massive boost through the holiday," noted Venture Beat.

Aside from the basic offerings of the bundle, Major Nelson dished that the game will also come with a 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial.

Since the game is expected to be available as early as Tuesday, Kotaku said an online tool which allows gamers to preview and plan for the stages of the game before its launch.

"Introducing RPG Gaming's Fallout 4 Build Planner. It's a fan website that lets you allocate SPECIAL + assign perks based on your build, thus allowing you to formulate a Fallout 4 character, at least on paper," Kotaku explained.

However, it warned gamers that they will learn about spoilers when checking this website.

As to how the online tool works, the same report said that users can already give a name to their character and add Strength, Perception, Endurance, Charisma, Agility and Luck points.

Meanwhile, Forbes mentioned that gamers should be aware that the progress of a Fallout series work differently.

"You don't level up skills as you use them, you get experience points and then level up with stats and perks each time you hit a new level. It works a little bit better than the sometimes grind skill system in the Elder Scrolls, in my opinion: less opportunity to spend an hour crafting daggers," the website explained.

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