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Target, Bethesda, and Soda Jones partner to create Nuka Cola Quantum

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Bethesda is bringing one of its most iconic drinks from the Fallout series, Nuka Cola Quantum, into the real world, minus the radiation and AP points.

For Fallout 3 completionists, we don’t need to explain Nuka Cola Quantum. There is a whole mission in the game dedicated to finding 30 bottles of the bright-blue drink in the Capital Wasteland for Nuka Cola’s number one fan, Sierra Petrovita.

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North American soft drink company Soda Jones will be making the Nuka Cola Quantum, which goes on sale exclusively in Target stores. Fallout 4 will also be available on that date, giving you the perfect excuse to buy it on day one and not feel like you’re making a bad decision.

Raise your AP! Grab #Fallout4 AND @jonessodaco Nuka Cola Quantum – exclusively available from @Target on 11.10

— Fallout (@Fallout) October 29, 2015

Soda Jones offers a Berry Lemonade drink that has the same color as Nuka Cola Quantum. Even though it hasn’t been confirmed, we suspect it is a repackage, though like Carlsberg UK’s Fallout Beer, we expect it will be much more expensive.

With all of these promotions for Fallout 4, it is only a matter of time before Kellogg’s announces plans to stock Sugar Bombs as a cereal or OxiClean reveals plans to stock Abraxo Cleaner. Heck, it wouldn’t be too surprising to see a miniature Mister Handy robot drone, considering there is already a BB-8 miniature droid available.

Bethesda confirmed last week that Fallout 4 development has finished, and the studio is now working on final bug fixes before launch. A season pass is already available for $30, despite the lack of a release of information on how many DLC packages to expect.

What we do know is that Fallout 4 will be much bigger than Fallout 3 and New Vegas, will feature new crafting options for homes and weapons, and both PC and Xbox One buyers will receive mod support. Most of the trailers for the game seem to point to a more open and fun world compared to previous installments, which were devoid of a strong main story line.

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