Bethesda has released the song used in the Fallout 76 trailer as a charity single on iTunes.
Copilot Music and Sound’s cover of ‘Take Me Home, Country Roads’ is now available on the Apple music platform, with all of the proceeds going to charity.
The audio set against the spellbinding landscape of Fallout 76’s West Virginia made for a compelling trailer, leading many fans to ask Bethesda for a full version.
Through the charity single Bethesda is supporting the Habitat for Humanity Foundation. HFH is a not-for-profit that builds “strength, stability and self-reliance” by providing Shelter for those less fortunate.
Since its inception in 1976 (how fitting?) the charitable organization has been active in 70 countries, helping over 10 million people find affordable and safe shelter.
The artists behind the cover of John Denver’s 1971 classic have worked with Bethesda before. Copilot Music and Sound worked on the excellent Dishonored “Drunken Whaler” trailer, arranging the haunting music behind it.
Copilot also created the theme for the Nuka World downloadable content in Fallout 4 and the original arrangement of Fleetwood Mac’s “Gold Dust Woman” for the E3 2016 Dishonored 2 trailer.
It’s unclear whether Bethesda will release the song on other streaming platforms like Spotify and Tidal, but until then consider supporting the charity by picking up the single on iTunes.
And if you need a reminder, you can always check out the Fallout 76 reveal trailer here.