Fallout 4 is easily the most talked about game right now. It seems that the title and the franchise’s popularity are too much to be contained within a single video game. Today, Harmonix Music Systems announced that it has partnered with Bethesda Softworks to bring a bit of the Wasteland to Rock Band 4.Free on Rock Band’s in-game store on December 8th, the Fallout 4 Vault 111 suit will be added to the game’s character creator on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One systems. The suit comes with the series’ signature Pip-Boy, which will react to the music being played. The suit’s description reads: “Rock out in post-nuclear style! Note: suit provides no protection against radiation, and any liability cannot be held against Vault-Tec Industries or its subsidiaries.”AdChoices广告“Rock Band’s character creator has always provided our players a way to live out their rock and roll fantasies, and we’re excited Rock Band 4 allows us to expand those fantastic possibilities by adding new assets to it, highlighted by the Vault 111 Suit,” said Harmonix CEO Steve Janiak in a press release. “I’ve been a Fallout fan since the beginning. Playing some of the amazing songs in our Rock Band catalog with a band of Vault dwellers is something we think you’ll find is crazy fun.”Earlier this month, the Xbox One exclusive Forza Motorsport 6 featured two Fallout-inspired cars which were added as free DLC for the game.Fallout 4 is currently available on the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.