We don't know whether people are still actively playing it, but Fallout Shelter is attempted to me headlines once more by releasing on yet another platform.
Originally releasing for mobile devices at the peak of the Fallout 4 hype, the life simulator jumped over to PC a little while later - though only through Bethesda's own proprietary launcher.
And you know how much we hate proprietary launchers. Every publisher wants a piece of the pie, but when hope between a lot of games, it means you could have to switch between booting up Steam, Battle.net, uPlay, Origin, Epic Game's launcher and, if you're already playing it, Bethesda's own. It's a less than stellar proposition, but that's about to change ever so slightly today.
Rather than being exclusive to their own launcher, Fallout Shelter is becoming another one of Microsoft's 'Play Anywhere' games. This means not only will the game become cross-compatible with a new Xbox One version, but the game will be easily downloadable through the Windows 10 Store App included in the Windows 10 operating system. And with it then becoming a fully-fledged UWP title, it should see the highest gains from the operating system's new 'Game Mode'. Though if you need it for something like this, you're in dire need of an upgrade.
Though it isn't up there at the time of writing, it is promised to land at some point today. Search for it now, however, and you'll just be treated to an identically named band. Give it a shot?