Fallout 4: 5 Things to Know After 34 Days

As we approach the end of the year, we continue to see new Fallout 4 details emerge. Today, we want to roundup the most important things to know about Fallout 4 this week, 30 plus days after the game’s release on PS4, PC and Xbox One.

On November 9th, Bethesda finally released its long awaited follow-up to 2008’s Fallout 3. Fallout 4 is one of the best games of the year though Bethesda’s work is far from over. We’re still waiting on Fallout 4 mods and the first Fallout 4 DLC among other things.

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As we’ve pushed away from the Fallout 4 release date, we’ve seen a steady flow of details emerge for Fallout 4 owners and buyers.

We’ve seen new Fallout 4 deals emerge. We’ve seen Fallout 4 problems get fixed. We’ve even seen Bethesda’s partners make good on a promise to release some new limited edition stock. We don’t expect the flow of information to cease any time soon. Not with DLC and mods on the way. And not with Fallout 4 problems continuing to emerge.

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Today, we want to roundup a few of the important things to know this week. This is going to touch on the return of Fallout Nuka Cola, some things to know post-Fallout 4 1.02 patch, a look at the best Fallout 4 deals for Christmas, and more.

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Fallout Nuka Cola

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Fallout Nuka Cola

A few weeks ago, Jones Soda teased the return of its elusive berry-flavored limited edition Fallout Nuka Cola. The company said that it wouldn't release any specific details until it was allowed to.

We had a feeling the product would make a triumphant return before Christmas and that's exactly what's going to happen

Bethesda, Jones and Target have all confirmed plans to release new Fallout Nuka Cola stock this week. Jones is saying that the current plan is to release the new stock on December 18th. Some Target stores are apparently telling customers that stock will return earlier than that so you'll probably want to call or head in to confirm.

Target will be selling the limited edition product for $2.99, the standard price. Scalpers have been trying to charge $30 or more for one bottle. And to try and cut down on the number of scalpers, customers will be limited to two Nuka Cola bottles.

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Of course, the Fallout Nuka Cola is still limited to stores in the United States. Jones says that it's working with Bethesda to get the product out in Canada though no time frame has been given for the release there or anywhere else. 

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