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Gamer Creates Impressive Fallout-Themed PC Case

A talented gamer has created an amazing Fallout-themed PC case, including many items that fans of the series will definitely recognize. Playing with this Fallout-themed PC case would be the perfect way to jump back into the games, which are seeing a surge in popularity of late.

In recent weeks, the success of the Fallout TV show has led to a massive increase in the franchise as a whole. As a result, there have been a lot more Fallout fan creations for gamers to enjoy, as fans share a bunch of their work with the online community. These creations come in all shapes and sizes, with one gamer even creating amazing glass trinkets based on iconic Fallout items. It has been great seeing what players have to show so far, and with the hype around the series ongoing, gamers should expect them to keep popping up for some time to come.

Redditor MakEnt75 shared their awesome Fallout-themed PC case with the community online, and the details are awesome. It uses a yellow and blue color scheme, and includes several different items that players of every Fallout game will recognize. There's a power armor helmet on the side, a Vault-Tec Logo, a Nuka-Cola, and there's even the Vault 33 door as seen in the recent Fallout TV series.

According to MakEnt75, the build in total took around 30 hours, meaning this build shows a lot of dedication. 18 hours of this was resin print time, meaning it's not too bad. Some gamers in the thread were concerned about the potential airflow in this particular PC build, and that definitely looks like it could be a concern. However, the front of the PC case does appear to have a mesh panel, so as long as there are fans elsewhere, it should be fine. There's no doubt that using this case would be an immersive way to experience some of the best RPGs ever made.

With Fallout having its moment in the spotlight once again, questions loom over when the next title in the series will be released. Bethesda has typically always worked on one game at a time, and with Th

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