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If you’ve not noticed it’s July 4th, which means American Independence Day is upon us and so it’s arguably the best time for Bethesda to release the Fallout 76 Country Roads cover on iTunes. The hit, originally sung by John Denver, was covered by the Fallout 76 trailer when it was first introduced to us all. It was an instant hit among fans, with many doing their own versions of the song and putting them on YouTube.
However, with the song now up on iTunes for $1, Bethesda has said that all proceeds raised will be donated to Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity is an international charity that partners with future and current homeowners, all in order to help build simple and decent homes for individuals with a low-income and are struggling. A noble organization, and one that is fitting for the theme of Fallout 76. Bethesda has already committed a minimum of $100,000 to the charity.
As you can see on the track’s iTunes page, the track is credited to Copilot Music and Sound. The music company was founded back in 2008, and mostly create content for advertising, games and other various media. While you may not have heard of them by name, you’ve most likely heard some of their songs, especially if you’re a fan of Dishonored. That’s right, you’ve got this music company to thank for the epic song of ‘The Drunken Whaler’. They’ve also been credited with working on Doom and Wolfenstein.
This isn’t the only video game track that’s been released this week. Only yesterday did Ubisoft release the theme song ‘Legend of the Eagle Bearer’ for their latest game, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. So our expectations for a musical month is now pretty high.
Fallout 76 is expected to come out this November on the PS4, XB1, and the PC. Be sure to keep your eyes glued to Game Revolution to find out more information as it releases.