Fallout 4 Available at a Discount of 67 Percent, Free Trial Until May 28

This weekend has brought a lot of goodies for the Fallout 4 fans as massive discounts are being offered on the popular game. The game publisher, Bethesda Softworks, gave the confirmation to the offers which are available starting May 25.

Under the offers announced by the publisher on their official blog, the Xbox Live Gold member and Steam users will get a free trial of the Fallout 4 over the weekend and the game will also be available at a massive discount.

However, with the free trial of the game, the players will get access only to the base content, which won’t include the premium downloadable content of the game. But the Fallout 4 Mods will be included as part of the free trial offer.

Besides this, the publisher is also offering a discount of up to 67 percent on the Fallout 4 base content as well as the Season Pass. This discount would be applicable across Xbox Live, PlayStation Store, and Steam. The game generally retails for $60 and you can get the game at a much lower price under this offer.

The offer is applicable only until May 28, but Steam is offering a day extra for this offer and will be available until May 29. Before this trial period ends, if you make a purchase on any of the platforms where this offer is available, you will straightaway get a discount of up to 67 percent.

With that, the base game content of Fallout 4 will be available for just $20 and if you go for the premium downloadable content Season Pass, you will need to shell out just $30. This is just the perfect time to get hold of a copy of Fallout 4 if you have been looking for a deal like this.

Despite being launched two years ago, the game still holds its ground. The story of the Fallout 4 is set in a post-apocalyptic world and revolves around the Sole Survivor who tries to find their missing child. It is set in Boston in 2287.