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.
Some of the items were packed in individual boxes. We also got a bonus item this month!
There’s a card with a QR code that we can use to learn more about this crate. The theme for this month is PICNIC!
There’s an included note about the missing item for this box, and they promised that they will ship the item as soon as possible.
The box looks full!
Everything in the April 2020 Fallout Crate!
Enamel Pin. For this month’s crate, I got the Bear Arms Perk pin! The perk works in the game by making heavy guns weigh less.
It is another golden pin that will look amazing on denim, may it be a jacket, tote, or a cap, as this shiny pin looks great on the dark blue hue and texture of the material. This perk also has 3 ranks, requires level 35 to use, and spends 1 point by default.
Bottle Opener. The dominating soft drink brand is present in this month’s box in the form of a bottle opener!
Aside from the bottle opener part at the bottom of the cola bottle, it also has a magnet at the back so you can store it in front of your fridge.
Pouch Bag. Sugar Bombs are pre-war breakfast cereals that you can found all around the wasteland, and they are consumable items in the game. The cereal is packed in a white and blue box with a red ovoid logo at the top. The cereal pieces are modeled after atomic bombs (like the Fat Man), or like mini-nukes.
For this box, we got a pouch bag designed like the cereal box, and the zipper is even shaped like one of the cereal pieces!
It’s a nice pouch for school or office supplies, or even as makeup or toiletry kit!
Lunch Bag. The pre-war defense corporation, Vault-Tec, is featured on this blue lunch bag!
The bag is fully insulated that’s why it will surely keep your food cold.
It also has the Vault-Tec logo printed on the outside.
It’s like a mini box where you can store cold drinks, meat, and other fresh food that you’ll bring for a fun picnic!
T-Shirt. Astoundingly Awesome Tales, or the perk magazine in Fallout 4, gives the Sole Survivor ranks of the Astoundingly Awesome perk. Each issue helps in combat as many of them directly increase damage, while others are used to assist with health and more. Here’s a cool green shirt featuring one of the issues of the magazine!
It features the cover for the Mad Russian Revenge, issue #4 of the magazine. I also like the old look of the magazine that goes well with the shirt’s base color.
This month’s theme is definitely telling us to go out and have some fun picnic under the sun! I really like the Sugar Bombs pouch and the Nuka-Cola bottle opener is also a cool and useful item that I can bring anywhere I go, or display at home. The insulated lunch bag is nice for keeping the temperature of some food and drinks, and to keep them fresh for wonderful festivities like when we eat outside! The shirt is looking awesome with the perk magazine design, and the color and fit are amazing! I am missing some items like a figure, and I also want another Build-A-Figure series from this crate.
What do you think of this edition of Fallout Crate?