Fallout 76 has been available, but if you want some more tactile experience, the Fallout 76 Pip-Boy 2000 construction kit may draw your more attention.
This is an officially licensed construction kit inspired by Fallout 76, a highly anticipated video game developed by Bethesda. As we can see from the images, the complete construction kit delivers a model based on the Pip-Boy Model 2000 Mark VI, and the wearable Pip-Boy 2000 replica features accurate contours, highly exquisite details, and gorgeous colors from Bethesda’s initial concept sketches and the in-game 3D model, and its spring-loaded buttons are designed to press, the knobs turn, the radio dial works, and the holotape player opens to eject the holotape. All of these let you experience how a Vault 76 dweller survive on the wasteland.
The Pip-Boy 2000 construction kit contains over 150 parts, and the die-stamped and high-quality injection molded components deliver a solid construction, while the soft sleeve lets you comfortably keep it around your forearm. Moreover, the included assembling tools show off iconic Vault-Tec logo. And all the parts and tools are packed in a vegan leather case before you start your Pip-Boy 2000 assembling project.
The Fallout 76 Pip-Boy 2000 construction kit is priced at $149.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to ThinkGeek for its more details.