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This Fallout 4 fan petition is one of the coolest marketing crossover ideas in recent memory.

One fan of the Fallout universe has just come up with one hell of a cool crossover idea leading up to the launch of the hugely anticipated FALLOUT 4.


Possibly the only soft drink you will ever need.


Coca-Cola/Nuka-Cola could be the gaming marketing pull of the decade, people love coke and people love Fallout so we could very well have a win win on our hands.


In the words of the genius who started this (going by the name of Bottlecap)

1. Just from reading this you already want it.

2. The announcement trailer racked in about 580,000 views in the first 24 hours, that means about 4,000 people were watching every 60 seconds.

3. Over YouTube, Twitch, and other media outlets combined there were about 3 Million viewers watching Bethesda’s E3 conference, (that’s 1% of the US population!) this gives you an idea of how many people care.

4. Considering the similarities in Coca and Nuka I’m sure Bethesda has some kind of trademark deal associated with Coke anyway.

5. This game is huge and is only going to grow with marketing. Selling to this audience is worth a season of design change if nothing else.

6. Why wouldn’t they want to compete with Pepsi in this market?

7. The collectors edition of Fallout 4 flew off the shelves so fast, most of us didn’t have time to grab our wallets, people love Fallout, and collectible memorabilia.

8. This game (as well as all of Bethesdas games) will be game of the year. It will win multiple awards and be in the media consistently.

9. A perfect opportunity to collaborate with Bethesda, a HUGE company that deals in designing engines for other developers, which in turn is collaborating with Sony/Microsoft effecting all Xbox, PlayStation, and PC consumers. What a broad market!


Now it is up to you to take a moment to sign the petition here and get these bad boys in fridges everywhere!




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