If you live in the U.S, you have a second shot at buying a real-life version of Nuka-Cola Quantum, a favorite drink in the Fallout game series. Bethesda Softworks and Jones Soda will release a new batch of the drink in Target stores in the U.S. on Friday, Dec. 18. Each bottle will cost $2.99 or you can get one for free if you buy either Fallout 4 for the Xbox One or PlayStation 4, or a code for the game's Season Pass.
The first shipment of Nuka-Cola Quantum quickly sold out in Target stores when it was released alongside the launch of Fallout 4 itself in November. Many disappointed cola and Fallout fans accused Bethesda Softworks and Jones Soda of not offering enough bottles to meet demand, and even accused Target employees of buying all the bottles beforehand so they could sell them on eBay. In today's announcement, it warns that quantities of Nuka Cola Quantum will be limited.
Source: Fallout (Twitter)
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