Bethesda will give all proceeds from the iTunes download of Fallout 76 trailer track to charity.
Habitats For Humanity is an American non-profit that works across the states to build affordable shelter. With settlement-building a core part of Fallout 76, Bethesda will release the game’s version of John Denver classic “Country Roads” on iTunes next month.
100% of the proceeds will go towards Habitat For Humanity’s goal of transforming lives through inexpensive housing, with a minimum donation of $100,000. The track goes on sale 4th July.
Bethesda wasn’t the only publisher to focus on charity this E3. The tail end of EAs press conference once again promoted the firm’s annual Play To Give event, donating $1 million across three organisations.
We're rebuilding America – and the world - for the better with @Habitat_Org! Starting July 4th, visit iTunes to get the #Fallout76 cover of "Country Roads” as heard in the announcement trailer. 100% of our proceeds will go to funding Habitat for Humanity! https://t.co/KlZ42DYcH9 pic.twitter.com/MrXNmfKmcd— Bethesda (@bethesda) June 11, 2018