Numskull, a UK-based company specialized in producing licensed merchandise for various IPs, has released dozens of brand-new, officially-licensed Fallout goodies on their website according to a press release.
Fallout 76 is releasing in just under a month. The game was revealed at E3 2018 and will be one of the few official games with a multiplayer component in the two decades of the franchise's history. Have a peek at its official trailer to get a sense of what it's like in West Virginia after the bombs fell:
Numskull has put together a nice line of sweet merch that Fallout fanatics can snap up before the holidays for the good little Vault Boys and Vault Girls in their lives. Featuring over two dozen items, the product line includes tableware, pins, clothing, and more. Here are just a few of the select items you can buy:
If you're fashion-forward (and who isn't these days?), you're probably keen on getting yourself an official Ugly Christmas Sweater. This knitted sweater design with patch embroidery is available in sizes ranging from 2XS - 3XL and features a ton of great art from the game in a delightfully tasteless fashion.
Brighten up your room with the Vault Boy LED Lamp. It's guaranteed to provide a healthy green glow for your desk or shelf (and not guaranteed to survive the EMP from any future nuclear apocalypses). It's powered by a USB connection and is currently available for pre-order; the Vault Boy LED Lamp will ship sometime in December.
Lastly, the final Numskull item we're highlighting is the Nuka-Cola Pin Badge Set. It's a collection of colorful badges based on the fictional soft drink of Bethesda's post-apocalyptic universe. Including classic Nuka-Cola, Nuka-Cola Victory, and the all-important Nuka-Cola Quantum, this set of nine badges is great for adding some pieces of flair to a coat or backpack. As an added bonus, you can probably use them to start a Nuka-Cola cult or something along those lines after the nuclear hellfire ravages the world. This is a pre-order item that ships in November.
On the off chance you haven't been following Fallout 76 too closely, you can take a peek at our coverage of things we learned about it from recent previews. You can see the full range of officially-licensed products (and find places to buy them) at the Fallout category on Numskull's official website.
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