The Fallout franchise has always gotten its music selection right. Everyone remembers when I Don’t Want To Set The World On Fire first announced Fallout 3. And Fallout 76 is no different. When Country Roads first started, fans knew they were in for something special.
Habitat For Humanity
However, fans only got a small taste of the cover version of the classic. Furthermore, players didn’t know who exactly performed it. Now, however, fans can buy the song on iTunes to get the full version of the song. On top of that, Bethesda has announced that all proceeds of the songs sale will be donated to Habitat For Humanity.
Furthermore, the artists behind the song aren’t who fans might be expecting. Many thought that Greg Priester was the man behind the mic. However, he expressly denied this. The rumor started as he released a similar version of the song to YouTube in 2016. According to the iTunes listing, it was Copilot Music + Sound who created the song.
They’re most famous for having a hand in last years Wolfenstein 2: The Last Colossus. However, they don’t seem to have many other credits to their name.
This isn’t the only time that Fallout 76 has been in the news this week. Bethesda has said that they would “love” for the game to have crossplay. However, Sony is getting n the way of that. According to Bethesda, the PlayStation creators aren’t being too helpful when it comes enabling complete crossplay.
However, Todd Howard so far hasn’t said anything about the likes of Microsoft. This could mean that PC and Xbox players would be able to play together. Sony hasn’t commented specifically on the Fallout 76 matter. However, when addressing these types of matters previously, they have suggested that it was for their players’ best interests.
Fallout 76 is due out later this year.