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For the 2015 compilation published by Bethesda Softworks, see, see Fallout Anthology.
Fallout Trilogy
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Fallout Trilogy (2009 edition)
DeveloperInterplay Entertainment
Black Isle Studios
Micro Forté
PublisherInterplay Entertainment (2004-2013)
Bethesda Softworks (2014-)
Release Date2004 (UK, Poland)
2006 (US, Australia)
GenreRole-playing game
ModesSingle player, multiplayer (Tactics only)
Media1 DVD
System RequirementsFallout and Fallout 2
Intel Pentium 90 CPU; Microsoft Windows 95 or higher; 16MB RAM; 2x CD-ROM drive; DirectX 3.0a (if playing on Windows); 1 MB VESA-compliant SVGA graphics card; Sound Blaster compatible sound card
Fallout Tactics
300 MHz Processor; 64 MB RAM; 700 MB of HD space; 4 MB Graphics card

Fallout Trilogy, Fallout Collection (in the UK) or Fallout Classic Collection (Steam) is a compilation of the first three games in the Fallout series. It contains Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel. The compilation was first released in 2004.

Release history

In 2004, the compilation was first released as Fallout Collection in the United Kingdom and as Saga Fallout in Poland. In 2006, it was released in the United States and Australia as Fallout Trilogy.

In May 2009, the Fallout Trilogy compilation was #7 or #8 on all NPD weekly top 10 PC bestsellers lists,[1] and #9 on the monthly list.[2]

In September 2009, Bethesda Softworks sued Interplay for trademark infringement, partly in relation to the Fallout Trilogy pack. According to Bethesda, the licensing contract required all advertising, packaging and other promotional material to be sent to them for approval first, which, according to the lawsuit, was never done by Interplay regarding neither the Fallout Trilogy pack, nor any of the releases through Good Old Games, Steam and other digital distribution platforms. Bethesda also claimed that the name Trilogy constitutes unfair competition, since it suggested that the pack includes Bethesda's own Fallout 3. Interplay argued that there were previous releases of this pack under the same name, and thus the new edition does not violate the Asset Purchase Agreement. The case was settled out of court in 2012.

Since 2014, the three games can currently be bought as a collection from Steam.

In 2015, Bethesda released a new collection called Fallout Anthology, which also includes Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas.

Bonus content

The disc contains not only three Fallout games, but also some bonus content. It contains artwork such as animated GIF's and illustrations, videos, manuals, patches, and more.


The latest patches for Fallout and Fallout 2 are included on this compilation's DVD. However, to fix some compatibility issues, Interplay released a new, additional Fallout Tactics Direct Sound patch on May 12, 2009.


See also