Special Fallout 4 Loot Crate still a mystery

Bethesda and Loot Crate have partnered together to launch a Fallout themed Loot Crate when Fallout 4 releases. Details on items included are unknown, but in the expansive world of Fallout, the options are numerous.

Upon Fallout 4's upcoming release on November 10th, Bethesda Softworks has banded together with Loot Crate to come up with a limited edition crate, featuring all things Fallout.

What is Loot Crate?

Loot Crate is an online monthly subscription that brings video game and geek memorabilia to your doorstep for a small price of $13.95 plus a shipping cost. Inside the Loot Crate can be toys, books, and apparel that is valued at up to $40.

During each month of Loot Crate, there is also a "Mega Crate" that is available but given to only a few randomly selected winners, which features expensive equipment, sometimes including consoles. While the theme of Loot Crate changes each time, a Fallout Loot Crate has come along for the launch of Fallout 4.

Specifics about the Fallout Loot Crate

Most Loot Crates leak a few photos of possible items to be included, but the Fallout Loot Crate will remain a mystery on what is included. Bethesda Softworks, Pete Hines released a statement about the inner workings between Loot Crate and Bethesda, and how much fun they've been having with the expansive world of Fallout:

"We're having a lot of fun working with Loot Crate on items for this limited edition crate,"

"The Fallout universe allows for so many possibilities —and we're sure fans will be excited about what's in store."

If you want updates on the release of the Fallout Loot Crate, you can sign up for alerts when it becomes available for order, but know that when the time has passed for this Loot Crate you'll miss out.

What would you like to see featured in the Fallout Loot Crate? From maps to Dogmeat to "Pip Boys," the options are many. 

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Published Jul. 29th 2015
  • Geir Haugland
    When I opened my last LootCrate I said to my girlfriend, "I think I'm done with this", then I flipped through the little leaflet and saw this being teased. Needless to say, I'm not canceling my subscription. I love Fallout.
  • Courtney Gamache
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    I debated if I should get LootCrate, but my boyfriend got me a subscription to the Marvel Collector Corps., which is more my forte. But if they come up with the Nintendo crate I'm grabbing that.

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