Fallout 3, one of the year’s most anticipated games has officially gone gold. The apocalyptic shooter from Bethesda Game Studios, most famous for 2006 Game Of The Year The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion will be available for the XBox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC on October 28 in North America, with the Europe and UK releases just days after.

“Fallout 3 has been the biggest project we’ve ever undertaken,” said Todd Howard, game director for Fallout 3. “It’s been a long journey and we’re really happy with how it turned out. We can’t wait for everyone to get a chance to play it.”

Fallout 3 was Blast’s Best Game of E3 2008.

Rated M by the ESRB, Fallout 3 tells the story of a post apocalyptic United States, with the player assuming the role of a member of Vault 101 — a Washington DC based shelter in search of his father. The game features open-ended and customizable gameplay — including an estimated 200 versions of the end cutscene.

For more information on Fallout 3, visit the game’s official sites at http://fallout.bethsoft.com and http://www.prepareforthefuture.com. Stay with Blast as the game release comes closer for more coverage.

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