So far the Fallout Lootcrate has been a joy to open every couple months to see what if going to be inside. The first Fallout Crate was definitely the strongest one but crate number #2 was still up there for some decent gaming merchandise and official swag. If you’ve not read the previous reviews then be sure to check them out before this one. Don’t worry it’ll still be here, just like Dog Meat.
The third box which arrived at the end of April was smaller again, making me wonder if by the last crate the box will be tiny just for the last piece of the Power Armour set. Size aside, it’s impressive how much LootCrate have perfected the art of packing boxes in a way that everything fits.
This month’s crate theme is Nuka-World and as something that is a personal favourite, it was exciting to dive into the box.
Fallout Crate Pricing
If you’ve read the previous reviews you’ll have a good idea of the costs but if not, they work on a the more you buy in bulk the more you’ll save. Loot Crate will ship to nearly any country in the world so international Fallout fans will be happy. Here’s a breakdown of the cost for the top three currencies.
- 1 month – $34.99 / £39.00 / €46.00
- 3 months – $33.99 / £39.00 / €45.00
- 6 Months – $32.99 / £38.00 / €44.00
The 6 month, of course, is still the best option as you’ll save $2 a month, or $12 over the 6 month period. That is the max needed to collect all the Fallout related boxes as there are 6 spanned over 2 month periods.
It’s still worth mentioning that the UK does not seem to have the same discount options as the over countries. Month 1 and month 3 options cost the same, so there’s very little to push UK gamers to sign up for the 3 months. We’ve not heard back from Loot Crate yet if this is intentional or a technical error.