Amazon has put up a listing for the Fallout 76: Official Collector’s Edition Guide, revealing several details. If you are interested, the bundle for the official strategy guide of the latest Fallout videogame is available for preorder with this link. You can also find the cover of Fallout 76: Official Collector’s Edition Guide, as well as Amazon’s product description, below this paragraph.
IN THIS GUIDE: World map poster, survival training, combat strategies, quest walkthroughs, West Virginia atlas, building and crafting guides, and complete multiplayer coverage.
Emerge from Vault 76 ready to thrive—solo or with friends—with the Collector’s Edition guide to Fallout 76. It’s the ultimate reference for creating your character, teaming up with allies, defeating enemies, building, crafting, and exploring the wastes of West Virginia!
West Virginia Poster Map: Thoroughly labeled with essential locations, points of interest, and valuable resources.
Surviving Aboveground: Detailed training, character creation guidance, and combat strategies help prepare you to embark on your adventure.
Quest Walkthroughs: Breakdowns of every quest, plus analysis of how your choices will affect your experiences in Fallout 76.
Post-Apocalyptic Atlas: Enhance your exploration with fully labeled maps and detailed information on every wasteland location.
Building and Crafting: Learn how create shelter and necessary supplies with the new Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform.
Multiplayer: Journey together with fellow Vault Dwellers for the first time! Make teamwork work for you with this comprehensive multiplayer coverage.
Premium Hardcover Edition: The Collector’s Edition features distinct cover art and full-color endsheets and is printed on bright, heavyweight paper for vibrant, crisp screenshots, maps, and art.
Digital Bonus: Unlock your digital version of this guide with the free code included inside. Access your digital guide anytime, anywhere, on any web-enabled device.
Fallout 76: Official Collector’s Edition Guide will be released on the 14th of November in North America.