Bethesda is no stranger to more adult-geared partnerships. Back in 2015 they paired up with Carlsberg for a Fallout beer line and now they are going a little darker with Nuka-Cola Dark. These fine rum beverages will boast a 35% alcohol content and when you’re done? A sweet new Fallout collectible […]
@Fallout I ordered the Nuka Rum Bottle as a present for my fathers upcoming birthday. As I've seen recently, the bottles are made of cheap stuff I'd rather not give him. For the price. Its his 50th bday, and he likes fallout. Is there a way to return it? I'd hate to look cheap.
— Jehanne (@Jehanne30727480) December 25, 2018
The actual bottle design is a plastic shell the cheap generic 'Nuka Rum' is stored in. Funny because you can get actual usable Nuka drinking bottles on Etsy for 1/3 the price Bethesda is charging. https://t.co/2iSJNyoVB0
— GamesNosh (@GamesNosh) December 25, 2018
>bethesda put out a Fallout 76 Rum.
>pics make it look like a rocket shaped glass bottle
>people get it
>its literally a plastic coke bottle with a thin plastic sleeve on it.
— Matt (@Matt_FOS) December 27, 2018
Advertised a $80 bottle of Fallout themed dark rum with pictures showing a very unique bottle. Not only was shipping delayed by over a month, but it turned out that the awesome bottle was just a plastic mold over the top of a generic glass bottle.
— Barley 🌸 (@PastelDoe) December 27, 2018
So, my Nuka Dark Rum finally arrived.
I was told the delay was bc they wanted to refine the inferior packaging.
They are gigantic. And light. The plastic–yes, plastic, I was expecting glass–is very cheap. Same I think as the Fallout 4 fridge, which I also have pic.twitter.com/SAUC2ILHxk
— Holly Green (@winnersusedrugs) December 24, 2018