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 received 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 SCORCHER!
The box looks full!
Everything in the June 2020 Fallout Crate!
Scorcher Pin. I received the rare Scorcher pin in black, lined with gold! Other subscribers may have also received the common gold variant instead of this one.
Vault Boy is in a fire proximity suit, doing his usual thumbs-up, while flames are behind him.
Nuka-Cola Water Bottle. I’ll stay hydrated while I’m on the go with my new Nuka-Cola water bottle!
It features Vault Boy jogging and with the words “stay fit stay focused” printed on the top part, just below the cup’s brim.
Yao Guai Bear Figure. I finally received the missing item from the April 2020 box, and it’s the Yao Guai bear figure!
The figure of the bear also includes a rustic-looking base.
Yao guai are the mutated descendants of the American black bear. These vicious creatures are found in the Capital Wasteland, the Commonwealth, the Island and Zion Canyon. They were named by the descendants of Chinese internment prisoners after the Great War.
The Yao Guai looks like it was terribly hurt with the number of wounds it has.
The figure is well-detailed! Yao Guai is one of the more vicious creatures of the wasteland, and they have razor-sharp claws and teeth, plus a nasty temperament. Despite these traits, they are gentle with their own kind and they can even be domesticated.
Creature Series: Putrid. The figure for this month is Putrid Glowing One! It’s the first of the new series of figures, the Creature Series.
The box contains the figure and base.
Putrid glowing one is a creature in Fallout 4. Glowing ones covered in open sores, the putrid variant gives off more radiation, and hits harder than any other type of feral ghoul.
The look of this ghoul is affected by intense radiation. They are usually heavily irradiated, due to the accumulation of radiation in their bodies.
Photosynthetic T-Shirt. Instead of the pin, the featured perk this month is printed on a dark blue shirt. It’s the Solar Powered Perk!
This perk only operates outdoors, and it is in effect between 6 AM and 6 PM. It synergizes well with Rad Absorption for healing minor health damage and minor radiation poisoning while exploring or fast traveling. The Perk shows us Vault Boy under the sun, feeling recharged and ready!
I’m happy that I finally received the missing item from the previous box, which is the Yao Guai figure! However, upon checking the virtual insert, I have found out that an item is yet again missing, and it’s the Wasteland Sunglasses. Among the items I received this month, my favorite is the Nuka-Cola water bottle which is really handy and convenient to bring during walks or trips. The shirt looks cool and I like the rare pin! I hope they include the missing item in the next box and I hope there will be no more issues like this in the future as well.
What do you think of this edition of Fallout Crate?