In this day and age, pop culture reigns supreme, and gaming fans are typically at the forefront when it comes to displaying fervent love for well-liked commercial titles with collectibles inspired by their favorite franchises. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that Bethesda’s Fallout 4 is set to have a bevy of supplemental wares to help promote its November release.
As a matter of fact, with Fallout 4 almost available, Bethesda has recently partnered with a variety of vendors to hype the forthcoming installment in the post-apocalyptic RPG series. For instance, the studio collaborated with a fashionable toy manufacturer to make Funko’s mystery figures, and they worked with Prima Games to put out three different formats of a strategy book for the blockbuster release, entitled Vault Dweller’s Survival Guide.
Now the Maryland-based studio is set to join forces with the popular game item delivery service known as Loot Crate to provide fans with a fresh supply of Fallout 4 swag. However, this bundle is set to be somewhat different than the standard monthly deliveries, as the Wasteland-inspired box will be “extremely limited”. Since such short supplies ought to fly off the shelves, the company is allowing Fallout fans to sign up at their website, so as to be notified exactly when the products can be ordered.
Mum’s the word when it comes to the upcoming packages’ contents, as neither Bethesda nor Loot Crate have shared what will be included. However, one can surmise that there should be plenty of cool and exclusive Fallout 4 stuff inside. It’s possible that the boxes might have a cute little Deathclaw plush, or a miniature Vault Boy figurine replica, but at this point no one will know what the crates contain until their delivery.
Additionally, it’s worthy to note that pricing for the Fallout 4 parcel hasn’t been listed yet either. At any rate, most Loot Crates run for about $20, so it’s safe to assume the cost will run about the same for this deal with Bethesda‘s licensed products once it ships out sometime in November.
Regardless, fans hopping on the service should do so as soon as possible and expect a unique collection of goods, especially since Bethesda is no stranger when it comes to quality ancillary merchandise. For example, the studio’s Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition sold out after it was announced the collector’s version of the game would contain an actual working model of the franchise’s famous wrist wear. Even so, once Fallout 4 finally goes on sale later this year, Wastelanders are sure to have lots more fan service effects on the way.
Are you excited about the possibility of procuring a Fallout 4 Loot Crate? If so, what do you think will be inside?
Fallout 4 is set for release on November 10, 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.