Minecraft Gets A Fallout Mash-up Update; Includes 44 New Skins, Familiar Maps And A Lot More

It's official, "Minecraft' will be getting a Fallout Mash-up Update where players can use 44 new skins, familiar maps from the series and so much more. There is still no exact date when the patch will release but it is reported to be out anytime soon and sold for $5.99 USD. Along with the announcement, a trailer has also been released to give players a taste of the upcoming patch.

New Content in the Fallout Mashup Update

In a recent blog post of Mojang, they revealed that 'Minecraft' latest patch will be available to all consoles including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3. Along with the 44 skins of the different characters found in Fallout including Nick Valentine, paladin Cross, Tinker Tom, Vault Boy and The Moon Monkey.

The new maps will also excite players as it will include familiar locations and landmarks including the Capitol Building, Tenpenny Tower, complete with mutants, ghouls, madmen and many more creatures. And if that's not enough, players can also get the music from the series to make the journey in the wilderness more fun and a new user interface similar to the Pip-Boy 3000.

The Success of Fallout and 'Minecraft'

Fallout series is an RPG set in a time in the future. Bethesda owns the rights of the game after having the rights to the IP. The game eventually become a massively multiplayer online role-playing game. The game is inspired by the events that happened after the war in 1950 where it combines technology, hope and the fear that a nuclear annihilation brings in the society.

As for 'Minecraft', it was a game originally created by Markus "Notch" Persson but later on developed and released by Mojang. The game is all about giving the player the freedom to build anything they like through 3D cubes. The game is so successful that it is now one of the most popular game in the whole world.

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