Call of Duty follows Fortnite and adds Fallout skins arriving this week


Look, who knows when we’ll see Fallout 5 – the risk of us all living in a true post-apocalyptic nuclear wasteland by the time Bethesda starts revealing anything is becoming less and less than zero if their intentionally tardy approach to The Elder Scrolls 6 (it’s been almost THIRTEEN years since Skyrim) there is a lot to say. Still, even without a full sequel, Fallout is all around us – in multiple seasons of the TV show, in Fortnite, and now in Call of Duty.

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Call of Duty Not to be outdone in the race for the number of popular licenses that can fit into a single video game, Call of Duty follows up Fortnite’s recent addition of Fallout skins by creating its own connection to the series.

I admit it’s not a particularly electrifying take on a world filled with strange mutants, ghouls, radioactive creatures, and a questionable satirical take on 1950s America. Call of Duty and Fallout cooperation comes down to a chance to stick military gunners in the blue and yellow suits of vault dwellers. Specifically Vault 141, judging by the number on the back of the suits – which has no connection to any Fallout vault we’ve seen in the games or live-action series, but instead refers to Task Force 141, the shooting, all-star crew of Modern Warfares 2 and 3, which consists of Price, Ghost, Soap and Gaz.

The Fallout Vault Dweller Tag Pack contains a total of over 15 items, including two Fallout-themed weapon blueprints for the M16 “Vault-Tec Approved” and “Atomic Disintegrator” HRM-9, several amulets, a calling card, a sticker, an emblem, a sticker, and loading screens .

Fallout items can be used in Modern Warfare III, Warzone, and Warzone Mobile, and more goodies, from weapon camos to amulets, will be available in-game as part of the Vault Dwellers event from June 20 to 26. You’ll get extra XP if you also operate one of the Vault Dweller skins. Look, I’m sure there are plenty of people excited about blue pajamas you can commit murder in, but they’re not exactly Gundams, right?

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