Fallout Crate is a new bimonthly subscription box from Loot Crate that includes 4-6 items – each comes with an exclusive figure in every box plus a piece to a build-a-figure, along with other Fallout gear and collectibles. The subscription costs $34.95 + shipping bimonthly, or $49.99 international.
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An art print is also included on the back of the info card.
There’s a card that lists all the items included in the box. This month’s theme is Brotherhood Of Steel!
When you flatten out the box, you’ll see Danse!
Everything in the June Fallout Crate!
Rifleman Perk Pin. A perk pin is included in every crate. This month, we got the Rifleman. Subscribers will get it in either pure gold or a rare black with a touch of gold. We didn’t get the latter but we’re still happy to have one on board.
The Rifleman perk affects energy and ballistic rifles in the game, probably the most important perk for those who use a sniper build.
Liberty Prime T-Shirt. Shirts from this crate are always Loot Crate exclusives!
Liberty Prime is standing proud and looking good on this overall black shirt. Though this robot demands high energy to work effectively, this shirt doesn’t require much to look so good!
The Brotherhood of Steel brought to work this unique US Army robot that stands at 40 feet tall, and is armed with a powerful eye laser and tactical nuclear bombs!
The Fallout logo is also printed at the back of the shirt.
Brotherhood Of Steel Keychain. The Brotherhood of Steel is a quasi-religious tech military order that believes that without them, humanity is sure to perish… I guess this keychain will save my keys too!
The keychain, of course, features the symbol of the brotherhood. One explanation regarding the symbol is that the gears represent engineering knowledge, the sword is for the will to defend themselves, the wings symbolize the uplifting hope that the acquisition of lost technology represents for mankind’s salvation after the Great War, while the circle represents fraternal unity.
Fallout 4 Factions Patch Set. There are also different factions that you can be a part of like Minutemen, Raiders, and the New California Republic. We got a set of patches for each of them!
The patch set also gave a brief information about the faction symbols.
Among the three, I like the Raider’s best, it looks so fierce!
Fallout 4 Paladin Danse Figure. This month’s featured figure is Paladin Danse, the Power Armor enthusiast and a possible companion in-game!
Paladin Danse, unit designation M7-97, registration DN-407P, is the commanding officer of the Brotherhood of Steel unit known as Recon Squad Gladius, deployed to the Commonwealth in 2287. He is a possible companion in Fallout 4.
Danse came with a base.
He joined the Brotherhood to get out of his “nowhere” life. The ennui sort of translated here into an interesting toilet stance.
By doing so, he also became Arthur Maxson’s most respected officer! And if the Survivor enlists with the Brotherhood, Danse will become a full companion.
Power Armor Build-A-Figure Arms. We finally got the figure’s arms! It’s one of the important parts of the figure and it even came with a rifle. There’s actually one part in every box until we complete the whole thing.
These sleeves rock with that rustic look! That’s what I like about this whole build-a-figure inclusion!
Here’s the rifle. What’s an armor without an armament anyway?
Now, that’s 4 out of 6 for our Build-A-Figure! It’s looking great and mind you, it’s still missing some parts!
It stacks-up the excitement in all of us as we slowly complete the figure. Can’t wait for its full build!
I was really hoping for more after a multi-month delay, and this crate didn’t quite deliver for me – no wow items! The shirt is amazing though and that pretty much saves the day here, but I’d like Loot Crate to start producing some more interesting and unique items for this box.
What do you think of this edition of Fallout Crate?