The update is only cosmetic, but similar to the Halloween update in October, it will add a few items and outfits based on one of America’s favourite holidays. Fallout Shelter released in June during the Bethesda E3 conference, where fans got their first glimpse of the now released Fallout 4. It is ranked no.36 on the Top Grossing Games and no.14 on the Top Free Games on the App Store, according to ThinkGaming.com and makes an estimated $50,000 a day on in-game purchases.
The update reveal came via Twitter, and with both Halloween and Thanksgiving themes already on show, it would not be surprising to see a Fallout Shelter Christmas/New Years update to follow. Some free lunchboxes for Christmas day would be nice, Bethesda. 😉
— Fallout (@Fallout) November 22, 2015