Bethesda's cover of John Denver's "Country Roads", as featured in the promotion of Fallout 76, is now on iTunes. The profits garnered from the cover-song, which can be heard in the teasers and trailer for Fallout 76, will all go to Habitat for Humanity.
We're rebuilding America – and the world - for the better with @Habitat_Org! Starting July 4th, visit iTunes to get the #Fallout76 cover of "Country Roads” as heard in the announcement trailer. 100% of our proceeds will go to funding Habitat for Humanity! https://t.co/KlZ42DYcH9 pic.twitter.com/MrXNmfKmcd— Bethesda (@bethesda) June 11, 2018
Fallout 76 was one of E3 2018's biggest games. It certainly wins this year's award for "Biggest Trailer Music Earworm," which is totally not an award I just made up right now. Seriously though, the game's cover of John Denver's Country Roads just burrows into your brain. I'm sure downloading the song and looping it ad nauseum will make me feel better. OK, maybe not—but at least Habitat for Humanity will receive my donation.
Fallout 76 is an online multiplayer Fallout game that's all about rebuilding the world a mere 20 years after the United States gets nuked. Take a look at our guide to Fallout 76 for everything we know about the game, and look for it on November 14 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. There's also a Fallout 76 beta arriving for those who pre-order.