Fallout Shelter is a critically acclaimed game from the makers of the Fallout series on PCs, Bethesda Studios. Although the game has been optimized for mobile, there could be early signs that support for Android TV is being developed. If you go to Google Play on the web, you’ll see that the game appears to be compatible with the ADT-1, one type of Android TV device.
The app, when downloaded, uses the default banner instead of a custom one.
However, some users on Reddit have reported seeing a custom banner and appearing in the NVIDIA Shield Hub.
When you open the app, you will login to your Google account and then are sent to the main screen. Unfortunately, you can’t select anything using a game controller, and no buttons do anything aside from closing the app.
Was removing support for touchscreens an accident, or is support for Android TV really in development? Bethesda is a large studio, so they will probably consider adding bluetooth controller support in the game for avid gamers. If that happens, then there’s no reason why they shouldn’t just add a banner and allow it to run natively on Android TV. It’s a great game, considering it is free, and being able to play it on a huge screen would be a great experience.