Fallout Crate is a 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.
There are several boxed items inside!
There are also items wrapped in plastic.
There’s a card with a QR code that we can use to learn more about this crate. The theme for this month is EXPLORE!
Everything in the December 2019 Fallout Crate!
Explorer Perk Pin. For this month’s crate, I got the Explorer Perk pin. Subscribers will get either the usual gold variant or the rare black variant. I got it in gold.
This perk raises the chance for finding special encounters in the first three games, then it is changed to reveal all marked locations on the map (excluding markers not activated by the scripts).
Vault-Tec Pocket Compass. In exploring, we’ll need a trusty compass to accompany us in our journey. Here’s one from Vault-Tec Corporation!
Aside from the main compass dial, the pocket compass comes with ruled sides that can be used to measure or even draw straight lines.
Fallout 76 Tin Camp Cup. Still in line with the theme, they included a cool mug that you can use when camping, whether for warm beverages or soups!
The tin camp cup features the West Virginia Park Service symbol for the Department of the Interior.
The inside of the cup has the same color as the outside, with some tiny specks of white.
Fallout Crate Sleeper Top. This month’s wearable is a blue sleeper top that features the pre-war defense corporation, Vault-Tec!
The Vault-Tec Corporation symbol is printed on the left part of the shirt.
The shirt is great for the chilly weather. It also has the symbol of “Vault 101” at the back, which is one of the vault series of fallout shelters developed by Vault-Tec, the home of the Lone Wanderer.
Fallout 4 Nukatron Figure. The figure for this month features the robot from the Nuka-World, Nukatron!
The figure comes in 2 easy-to-assemble parts, the rustic base and the whole figure itself.
Nukatrons are similar to garden variety Protectrons, with the exception that their bulk makes them very easy to destroy from cover, as they protrude higgher than their weapons can reach.
The Nukatrons have a completely custom body, which looks like a Nuka-Cola vending machine, with a monitor on top displaying park rules and information videos. In the game, they are also used for security purposes and visitor handling.
Fallout 4 Experiment 18-A Weapon Replica. Finally, the weapon replica that should be included in the Fallout Crate August 2019 box is here. It’s a replica of Experiment 18-A from Fallout 4!
It is a plasma rifle, which is a common variant found around the Commonwealth.
The figure consists of 2 easy-to-assemble parts. Even kids can easily assemble and display it right away!
Experiment 18-A is a unique automatic plasma rifle. The rifle has the Rapid effect, which grants the weapon a 25% faster fire rate and 15% faster reload.
In-game, the rifle can be purchased from the synth requisition officer in the Institute.
The box contents are fit for Fallout fans that love to explore, as it contains items for explorers like a compass, an Explorer perk pin, a tin camp cup, and a long-sleeved top! Also, I got the August 2019 box’s delayed weapon replica which is Experiment 18-A so I am really happy with this box. I am expecting another Build-A-Figure from this box but all I got is the Nukatron. Overall, I am okay with this box and I am still hoping for another Build-A-Figure from the upcoming boxes, as those kinds of items actually make the wait worth it!
What do you think of this edition of Fallout Crate?