Fallout 4 is gearing up to become one of the biggest video games of 2015. So it may not come as a surprise to awaiting fans that its developer Bethesda is partnering with Loot Crate, a company famous for making limited edition box of goodies for gaming geeks.
Bethesda to release Limited Edition Fallout 4 Loot Crate
If you follow the news about the upcoming action role-playing video game, you might have heard that Bethesda was not able to release anymore the popular Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Collector's Editions. That became a huge disappointment for those who have been a bit slow when pulling the trigger on the purchase. Now the great news is that they many have another chance, but in the form of a different geek box.
Loot Crate and Bethesda have just revealed that they will be working together in producing a limited edition Fallout 4-related Loot Crate series. For those who are not familiar with Loot Crate, here's a quick rundown: The company asks customers to spend a certain amount of money for the package that it will send every month. Buyers will then receive a surprise gift related to the package they purchase each month. These Fallout 4 Loot Crates will start rolling out on November 10, just in time with the actual release of the game.
How to get Fallout 4 Loot Crate
Loot Crate packs together monthly bundles for a certain recurring fee, in this case it will be $13.95 not including the shipping fee. The Fallout 4 Loot Crate series will feature geek memorabilia, toys, and more. However, Loot Crate organizers will not reveal what you will get for the Fallout crate. Instead, the items will "remain a mystery" until they are delivered at your doorstep.
If you are not planning on registering to Loot Crate's monthly subscription, you can relax because it is now clear that these crates will be offered outside of the company's subscription plan. The game developer has clarified that the Fallout 4 Loot Crate package will not be part of the regular monthly offering. Bethesda's European PR chief Alistair Hatch replied to a tweet by a fan and said that "It's a separate special edition." That means that you don't have to pay $13.95 each month to participate, you can just pay a one-time fee.
As mentioned, Fallout 4 will be released to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC platforms in November. Pre-orders to this Fallout 4 Loot Crate are still not available. But for the meantime, Loot Crate is asking those who are interested to register their email addresses so they can be notified once it goes live. Considering how fast the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition had sold out, these limited edition Fallout Loot Crates are likely to go just as fast. So if you really want to get one, it's best to sign up for the notification.