Man Makes Room On Shelf For Fallout 4 Release
AJAX, ON- In preparation for Fallout 4, set to release November 10, local gamer and warehouse worker, Chase Copperfeld, 25, reportedly made room in his bookshelf to accommodate the game. "Well, I intend to leave a large space at the centre of my shelf to place both the game, and the collectable pipboy that comes with it", he told reporters. Copperfeld also added that he "waited about 6 years" for the release and is "very excited to start playing". Copperfeld's mother, Marilyn, expressed her excitement for her son, saying, " I am so happy that he found something to distract him for half the day", noting that his absence from the rest of the house will help keep the house much cleaner.
In celebration of his new bookshelf arrangement for the upcoming release, friends and close family members were sent invitations to Copperfeld's home for drinks and appetizers, including vegetable and fruit platters, sources confirmed. "My mom is preparing the drinks and I'm making some appetizers for the guests. We're still deciding whether to even bother with dessert since there'll be a fruit platter," Copperfeld told reporters.
Guest invited to the celebration expressed their excitement and enthusiasm to the party. "We're so excited to come and celebrate with Chase and to see what he's done with his shelf," said Copperfeld's longtime friend David Hendersby. Adding that, he was there when Copperfeld bought the bookshelf. "Wow, this is sturdy," recalls Hendersby of Copperfeld.
At press time, Copperfeld was seen outside his home removing dead weeds from along the pathway to create a more attractive walkway for guests.