Without a doubt, Fallout 4 was one of the top 10 best video games of 2015, and nearly two years later, the post-apocalyptic RPG still holds a fond place in many fans’ hearts, especially with Bethesda having provided a decent portion of post-launch content the following year with the likes of the Automatron DLC, Far Harbor, and the Nuka World expansion. With this being the case, the collectible merchandiser known as Gaming Heads is keen to capitalize on fans’ continued love for the title by has revealing the next in its line-up of bobbleheads for the game with a Vault Boy 111.

As seen in the gallery below for the iconic Fallout 4 figure in bobblehead form, this particular Vault Boy 111 measures in at twelve inches tall, four inches wide, and is constructed out of high quality PVC, which is similar to the materials used in the other series of bobbleheads from Gaming Heads. What sets this Vault Boy apart from the others, though, is its pose, as he stands upright with his hands on his hips.

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While some Fallout 4 fans would love to get their hands on this particular Vault Boy model from Gaming Heads, the cost might dissuade some from buying it, as it has a rather hefty price tag for a mere bobblehead. As it happens, the product can be purchased for $60, and while some might consider that to be a bit steep, there are invariably diehard Fallout fans who would fork their bottle caps over in a heartbeat for a chance to own it.

For those looking for a cheaper alternative to Gaming Heads’ version of theĀ Fallout 4 bobblehead, fans can also purchase more inexpensive, albeit smaller Vault Boy bobbleheads through the Bethesda Store. Each of the figures from the publisher and developer’s online warehouse can be collected to fulfill the post-apocalyptic RPG’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L. skill tree set should fans be so inclined to do so.

When it comes to other Fallout 4-related goodies, fans might also be keen to learn that Modiphius Entertainment has a tabletop version of the game in the works. Surely, there are gamers out there who have a room of their home decked out to resemble one of the franchise’s Vaults, so the acquisition of all these items would definitely help completely fulfill such fans’ collections.

Fallout 4 is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: Gaming Heads

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