Fallout Shelter is set to be released for Android devices in August, Bethesda's Pete Hines has said.
Hines was asked about the game's release on Google's platform on Twitter and responded that development is "coming along nice" and the title "should be out next month".
@kolos_kovacs coming along nice. haven't announced a date, but should be out next month. we'll let you know when we have specifics
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) July 1, 2015
While we don't have exact release information right now, it seems that news should be with us before long.
Fallout Shelter was announced during Bethesda's pre-E3 press conference when it launched for iOS. The game sees players take on the role of an overseer of a vault which they must develop to withstand hardships including radroaches, raider attacks, and supply shortages.
To help things along, the game features 'lunchboxes' of useful items and characters which can be unlocked by completing certain objectives or purchased. An exploit was recently discovered which allows players to unlock unlimited lunchboxes for free early in the game, though whether this will be patched out by the time Fallout Shelter reachers Android remains to be seen.
Earlier this week Bethesda introduced Preston Garvey, the first Fallout 4 character to be included in Shelter.