Bethesda’s New Fallout Rum Will Bring Nuka Cola Dark To The Real World

Fallout Nuka Dark Rum Now Available For Pre-Order

Fallout 76 is so close, fans can almost taste it. Followers of the series are quite familiar with all of the fanfare that Bethesda prepares for a new Fallout game’s launch. Bethesda usually releases some sort of collector’s edition for the last few games that have brought objects like the Pip-Boy to the real world, and Fallout 4 saw a partnership with Jones Soda that let fans taste Nuka-Cola Quantum for themselves. Now, a new partnership with Silver Screen Bottling Company will bring Nuka Cola Dark to life as a new Fallout Rum.

Silver Screen Bottling Co. recently announced their licensing deal with Bethesda on their official Twitter account. Silver Screen is known for bottling alcoholic drinks based on licensed TV and film properties, and now it seems they will venture into the world of video games. This new Fallout Rum will be modeled after Nuka Cola Dark, an alcoholic version of the Coca-Cola stand-in created for the series to support the 1950s-Americana style pastiche in the nuclear apocalypse. The dark drink was first seen in the Nuka-World Fallout 4 DLC, so perhaps we might see the beverage pop up in Fallout 76?

Silver Screen’s website states that the Fallout Rum contains 35% alcohol content by volume and claims that it will increase a person’s “Strength and Endurance by 1, but decreases Perception by 1 as well.” The perception decrease seems obvious, but the strength and endurance boosts have yet to be verified. No release date is given yet for the rum, but interested fans can sign up for the email notification list on NukaDark.com. What do you guys think about this Fallout rum? Let us know in the comments below!

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A royally radical and totally tubular 90s kid, Cory has a passion for all things nerdy, particularly gaming and nostalgia. While an accountant by day, he strives to be as creative and humorous as possible in his free time, be it here writing on Don't Feed the Gamers, or making dumb satirical posts on his Twitter, Youtube, Facebook and Instagram accounts.

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