When Bethesda purchased the Fallout series in the mid-2000s, it embarked on the mammoth task of taking the classic post-apocalyptic franchise from a pc-only, isometric role-playing game, into a full-blown 3D action RPG.
The publisher's first effort, Fallout 3 came out in 2008 to a resoundingly positive reaction with fans and critics alike praising the way the game brought the series into the modern day while still capturing the essence of what makes the Fallout franchise so great.
After a 7 year gap, Bethesda brought the Fallout series into the current generation with Fallout 4, seeing the player take control of the Sole Survivor of Vault 111 over two hundred years after the Great War.
Fallout 4 proved to be an even greater success than its predecessor and despite some fans decrying the new speech system and voiced protagonist, remains one of the most popular titles in the Bethesda library.
However, despite superfan sleuths having combed through almost every aspect of the Commonwealth over the past five years, there remains a number of facts that even die-hard Fallout fans may not be aware of.