While browsing an estate sale, a Fallout fan spotted a large Power Armor statue that is hugely expensive.
Fallout’s iconic Power Armor units have been around since the debut of the first game, where they served as endgame gear.
It’s appeared in every Fallout title since, even Fallout Shelter and the oft-forgotten Fallout Tactics.
As such, Bethesda has immortalized the famed armor design in countless ways over the years. Busts of Power Armor helmets, for example, are not hard to find. And in the wild, countless figurines of all shapes and sizes exist.
However, sometimes Fallout believers come across Power Armor memorabilia that just isn’t worth the asking price.
Overpriced Fallout Power Armor statue appears in estate sale
Reddit user TheBigGalactis attended an estate sale with a life-size Power Armor statue. The huge Fallout collectible wanted customers to pay a pretty penny for it too.
According to the Redditor, the Fallout statue cost $5,000. It’s not just any memorabilia, though; this particular collectible dates back to the Fallout 3 days, as evidenced by the logo on the base.
Redditor EarlGray_Picard noted that it is likely a display model from the Fallout 3 launch in 2008. Apparently their local Best Buy sold a similar statue for $500 “to get rid of it”.
TheBigGalactis noted that the one pictured above must have come from GameStop, as other items in the estate sale were GameStop-branded pre-order bonuses and promotional posters.
Anyway, $5,000 for a Fallout Power Armor statue is nothing, if not hugely expensive.
While a new Fallout entry could be about a decade after release, Bethesda Softworks hopes to satiate fans with a television series.
Amazon’s Fallout TV show is well into production, though details about its release are currently under lock and key.