Technically, Bethesda didn’t make an Xbox One model of Fallout Shelter.
Fallout Shelter was launched on Xbox One and the Windows Store this week. This UWP model is an Xbox Play Anywhere title.
Right now, PS4 is the one platform that doesn’t have the sport, which lead followers to ask if a PS4 port is one thing Bethesda is planning on doing. “Dunno,” answered the corporate’s VP of promoting Pete Hines when requested the query on Twitter.
Hines elaborated by saying that, technically, the studio didn’t make an Xbox One port. The UWP model, which is the one the developer did launch, permits it to work on PCs with Windows 10, in addition to Xbox One, and any platform that helps UWP.
@Elektr0ns dunno. We didn't make it for Xbox. We made it for common home windows platform, which helps a wide range of units
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) February 8, 2017
Of course, PlayStation four doesn’t assist Microsoft’s UWP platform, which suggests until Bethesda is keen to create a selected model for Sony’s console, PS4 gamers could must look elsewhere to play Shelter.