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Here’s how much Fallout 76’s Atoms cost in real world money

Fallout 76 is out now and so are its Atom in-game currency microtransactions.

If you’re looking to add some Atoms to your wallet, here’s how much it’ll cost you in real world money:

  • 500 Atoms: $7.95 AUD, $4.99 USD, £3.99
  • 1100 Atoms: $14.95 AUD, $9.99 USD, £7.99
  • 2400 Atoms: $29.95 AUD, $19.99 USD, £15.99
  • 5000 Atoms: $59.95 AUD, $39.99 USD, £32.99

The figures above include any bonus Atoms included in packages.

Before you get too upset about the cost of these microtransactions, remember that Atoms can only be used to buy cosmetic updates for your player. That’s better than allowing for in-game advantages, eh?

Item costs are all over the place; as examples, you can buy a simple Red Shirt and Slacks clothing set for 250 Atoms, a Two-Piece Pajama set for 600 Atoms or a Rocket Suit for 1,200 Atoms. You can also buy items for your C.A.M.P. such as a Nuka-Cola cooler (BYO Nuka-Cola).

Fallout 76 is available now on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.

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