Besthesda Softworks and PC hardware company NZXT have partnered up to launch a Fallout-themed PC case.
The H700 Nuka-Cola draws inspiration from Fallout's in-lore soft drink corporation. Bottles of the drink survived the Great War, with bottle caps often used as currency around the Fallout world. The case features a vintage-inspired Nuka-Cola lady enjoying a cold beverage and is emblazoned with the drink's logo.
Only 2,000 of the NZXT H700 Nuka-Cola Fallout case will be sold. NZXT is also offering up an optional Nuka-Cola "all-metal cover" for the N& Z370 motherboard, which will be limited to 400 pieces sold.
"NZXT's commitment to bringing some of the most elegant and high-quality products to gamers made us very excited to work with them," Besthesda Softworks licensing director Michael Kochis said in a statement. "The passion and care poured into this case is clear, and we hope fans are excited to bring home a piece of the Wasteland."
The case's chasis is all-steel with a tempered glass side panel. It's custom-designed to include red LEDs, a "i/o port with [a] circular air vent."
NZXT's H700 Nuka-Cola case is available in the US today. Specific dates were not listed for international sale; NZXT said it'll be available worldwide sometime in August, however. When it is available, the case will cost $300. The N7 Z370 Nuka-Cola cover will cost an additional $50.
"When you think of legendary PC franchises, the Fallout series easily sits at the top," NZXT founder Johnny Hou said. "Like gamers around the world, I have been captivated by the incredible stories and locations this series has brought millions to."