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New Fallout Loot Crate series begins with “Watch”

Landing just in time for the holidays is the first in the latest Fallout series of themed-Crates from Loot Crate. This one kicks off a new build-a-figure.

Building a wasteland

Yes, you know it and you love it, and now Bethesda’s legendary Fallout game series is back with another Loot Crate… or 6. The first of those is titled Watch, and will be hitting this December.

As usual with Loot Crate, it’s going to be packed with exclusive stuff too. That’s especially true this tie around, since Watch also starts up a new build-a-figure initiative. Action figure collector’s will immediately know what that is, but if you don’t it’s pretty simple. Each Crate in the Fallout series will come with a piece of a Deathclaw, and by the time you have all 6 boxes, you’ll be able to make your own wasteland terror. Cool stuff.

So if you’re a Fallout fan, you’re probably going to want to check out what they have in store.

The December Fallout crate includes nothing but exclusives like an Eyebot figure, Mysterious Stranger T-shirt, Enclave Socks and more Fallout items you can’t find anywhere else in this forsaken wasteland.

Loot Crate press release

Fallout Crates are delivered every other month. So you’ll get 6 of them a year, if you buy into the longer term. Not that you have to though, as Loot Crate offers single and 3 month options as well.

Ready to head back to the wastes? “Watch” is ready for ordering right now, and will close orders by December the 3rd (9pm pacific time). Fallout Loot Crates are $34.99 USD each.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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