Fallout 76 is getting its own Pip-Boy replica and it's pretty spectacular

Fallout 76 is going to be one of the hottest games of the year, and the already announced Power Armor special edition has been selling like hotcakes (and is sold-out once again). It's not the only bit of awesomeness coming alongside the game though.

Fallout 4 was sold in a special edition with your very own Pip-Boy replica that you could wear, and Fallout 76 is getting one too. Only it's a little different this time round.

The Pip-Boy 2000 Mk VI was shown off this morning by the head of retail at GAME, the UK's big high-street gaming retailer, which also has retail exclusivity on it for the UK. The Mk VI is a construction kit rather than pre-made and the quality seems a heap better than the one you got with Fallout 4.

Using the Vault-Tec tools provided, and following the fully illustrated instructions, you will see how easy it is to combine fabric, moulded and cast parts, metal bolts, grilles, screws and cables to create one of the most important pieces of Vault-Tec equipment. Take care and learn well; your survival just might depend upon it.

The game doesn't come with the Pip-Boy 2000 Mk VI, however, it's purely a collectible item for fans of Fallout. Bethesda will be selling it directly, and right now we're unsure of any reseller availability in the U.S. It's priced at $150/£150, but it'll look great in your game room.

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