Save $20 on the New Fallout 4 GOTY Pip-Boy Edition

Save $20 on the New Fallout 4 GOTY Pip-Boy Edition

There's another chance at getting the fabled Pip-Boy edition.

While the upcoming release of the Game of the Year Edition of Fallout 4 is arguably unnecessary and two years late when all is said and done, there's one thing the latest version of Bethesda's post-apocalypse RPG franchise brings us - another chance to get that Pip-Boy you wanted a few years ago.

That's right, the Pip-Boy Edition returns alongside the upcoming Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition. While I'm not entirely sure whether this means Bethesda put these things back into production, this is an entirely new version or they've just been sitting on a warehouse full of these things, it all boils down to you getting one more chance to grab one.

If that sounds like something you'd be into and you happen to conveniently also be an Amazon Prime member, you can take advantage of the site's '20% off video game pre-orders' offer for said Prime members to knock this $100 version of the game down to $79.99.

That counts for both the PS4 and Xbox One editions of the game, complete with real, wearable Pip-Boy and all that jazz. You've only got a short time to order and get that discount, though, as the GOTY edition of the game is set for a September 26 release.

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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