Fallout Shelter is coming to the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, joining the existing iOS, Android, PC, and Xbox versions of the game.
The Switch and PlayStation 4 ports are largely the same as the existing versions. You create your own Fallout vault, manage your base layout and inhabitants (all rendered in the charming, Vault Boy-style animation from the main Fallout games), and do your best to make sure everyone stays happy and alive in the radiation-filled wastelands of the Fallout games. The original iOS and Android versions of Fallout Shelter were well-received, so it makes sense that Bethesda would want to continue to expand it to new players.
Also on the mobile porting front, Bethesda announced that The Elder Scrolls: Legends would also be making the jump from mobile to console this year, with Xbox One, PS4, and Switch versions. Alongside the console versions of the card game is a new gameplay client that updates the interface and design. Players will also be able to bring over their mobile progress to the console versions with their Bethesda accounts.
Both the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch versions will be available tonight.