Fallout’s Nuka-Cola Quantum soda is coming to life — minus the radioactive stuff

1 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Fallout’s Nuka-Cola Quantum soda is coming to life — minus the radioactive stuff.

Soon, you’ll be able to live out a little piece of your Fallout dreams — without all of the downsides of a deadly post-apocalyptic society. Fallout developer Bethesda Studios has partnered with boutique soft drink maker Jones Soda Company to sell Nuka-Cola Quantum at Target locations around the US.

The blue in-game powerup, which gives you +20 to your action points for four minutes in Fallout 3, will actually have a place on Target’s store shelves. Nuka-Cola, of course, is best known for its caps, which serve as a currency in the Fallout series, but Nuka-Cola Quantum is a rare, addictive variety of the drink that gets its fluorescent blue glow from a small amount of radioactive strontium. That’s just the video game version though — the stuff you buy during your next big-box supermarket trip is really just a rebranded version of Jones Soda’s Berry Lemonade flavor.

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