To give Fallout 76 that little extra vintage oomph, Bethesda recorded a special cover of John Denver’s ‘Take Me Home, Country Roads’. Since the game’s reveal, the cover has become exceedingly popular with fans online.
This popularity is probably the reason why Bethesda has announced through Twitter that they’ll start selling the cover version from July 4th (just a reminder that the 4th is Independance day for any non-Americans) and that all of the proceeds will go to charity.
The charity is called Habitat for Humanity which aims to end homelessness and poverty through building houses around the world. It’s a pretty awesome initiative to be involved with, and the organization is always looking for volunteers if you are interested. To earn more about Habitat for Humanity, head on over on the charity’s official page.
Fallout 76 is set to be an open-world online co-op adventure located in West Virginia. The prequel follows the first of the vault dwellers who exit into the wasteland following a Nuclear Apocalypse. Greeted by all kinds of threats, you’ll have to survive against, mutants, the environment and other dangerous players.