With very little time left before the much-anticipated Fallout 4 is finally released, it's time for gamers to get ready to embrace whatever Bethesda has in store in the new Fallout.

And as of now, as it seems, apart from the game, the focus is entirely on the new Pip-Boy accessory that Bethesda is unable to produce any more.

Talking about the Fallout 4-based Pip-Boy accessory, the device comes as part of the special Fallout 4 Pip-Boy edition. While it seems all the Pip-Boys are running out of stock, Bethesda has a surprise for its fans.

Apparently, the company has partnered with Loot Crate to create a special Fallout Loot Crate that's filled with exclusive items. The Fallout 4 Loot Crate is set to be launched at the same time as Bethesda's upcoming game.

The Loot Crate will require fans to subscribe to the service by paying a monthly fee, following which they will receive items and memorabilia from the game's franchise.

As of now, the company has already released a new sign-up page for all those who would like to pre-order the limited loot crate. However, Bethesda has not yet announced anything related to the contents of the crate.

The new offer comes as a great deal for fans who wish to collect Fallout memorabilia, especially the highly-coveted Pip-Boy accessory. Since Bethesda has already confirmed that it can't keep producing any more Pip-Boys (although you can always 3D-print one yourself), the new Loot Crate seems the next best way to get one.

In other news, as far as Fallout 4 features are concerned, Bethesda has confirmed that there will be mod tools for the game that will arrive soon.

In a recent interview with IGN, Bethesda Marketing VP, Pete Hines, said the company is currently focusing on finalising and successfully releasing the original game.

"We shift energy to construction tools, the creation kit and all of that stuff once the game is done, and we start to figure out what all of that is going to look like," Hines stated.

Fallout 4 is currently set to be launched on 10 November for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Stay tuned for more updates!

[Source: DualShockers, IGN]