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Fallout 76 Microtransactions: All Atomic Shop Prices and Items

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Fallout 76 Microtransactions: All Atomic Shop Prices and Items

All Microtransactions, Atomic Shop Prices and Items in Fallout 76

Fallout 76 marks the first time the series is going full multiplayer, where people can share an online world together. Aside from focusing on the in-game content and events, you can also choose to spend some real cash on the game’s microtransactions and cosmetics. Here’s everything you need to know about microtransactions in Fallout 76, as well as all the Atomic Shop prices and items currently available in the game.

The Atomic Shop

As you’ve probably gathered by now, the Atomic Shop is basically the microtransactions store you can access when you boot up Fallout 76. This is where you can buy new cosmetics, emotes, and other clothing items to help personalize your character a little.

You can definitely get by without dropping any real cash on the game, but if you like the idea of being fashionable in the wasteland, this could be worth looking into.

In order to buy stuff from the Atomic Shop, you’ll need Atoms, which are the premium currency of Fallout 76. Atoms can be earned by completing a few in-game objectives, and they can also be bought. Here are the current Atom microtransactions prices:

  • 500 Atoms: $4.99
  • 1,000 Atoms: $9.99
  • 2,000 Atoms: $19.99
  • 4,000 Atoms: $40

At the time of writing, these are all of the items available for purchase at the Atomic Shop in Fallout 76 as part of the game’s microtransactions.

Apparel and Headwear

  • Pajamas: 600 Atoms
  • Vampire Costume: 800 Atoms
  • RR Jumpsuit: 600 Atoms
  • Sweater and Slacks: 300 Atoms
  • Blue Dress: 300 Atoms
  • Fringed Dress: 900 Atoms
  • Black Overalls: 400 Atoms
  • Greaser Jacket: 800 Atoms
  • Red Shirt and Slacks: 200 Atoms
  • Summer Shorts: 300 Atoms
  • Medical Scrubs: 700 Atoms
  • Cream Dress: 200 Atoms
  • Rocketsuit: 1,200 Atoms
  • Skiing Outfit: 300 Atoms
  • Monocle: 300 Atoms
  • 2076 Glasses: 760 Atoms
  • Vault 76 Cap: 500 Atoms
  • Sun Hat: 300 Atoms
  • Leather Cap: 500 Atoms
  • Robco Cap: 400 Atoms
  • Cowboy Hat: 250 Atoms

Skins

  • Blue Roadster Paint: 400 Atoms
  • Grey Paint: 200 Atoms
  • Red Rocket Paint: 600 Atoms
  • Camouflage Paints: 1,400 Atoms
  • Vault-Tec Paint: 800 Atoms
  • Vault-Tec Paints: 1,800 Atoms

CAMP

  • Lawn Gnome: 400 Atoms
  • Welcome Home: 400 Atoms
  • Logo Statue: 300 Atoms
  • Atomic Lamp: 500 Atoms
  • Succulents: 200 Atoms
  • Clean Small Generator: 300 Atoms
  • Clean Purifier: 300 Atoms

Styles

  • Warband: 250 Atoms
  • Throat Stitch: 250 Atoms
  • Gridiron: 250 Atoms
  • Lucky Clover: 250 Atoms
  • Anchor: 250 Atoms
  • Radiation Skull: 250 Atoms
  • Eagle: 200 Atoms

Photo Mode

  • Wave: 150 Atoms
  • Walking: 150 Atoms
  • Victory: 250 Atoms
  • Lotus: 250 Atoms
  • Ready: 150 Atoms
  • Rock Out: 600 Atoms
  • Sitting: 150 Atoms
  • Thumbs Up: 150 Atoms
  • Heroic: 150 Atoms
  • Heart: 150 Atoms
  • Pip-Boy: 150 Atoms
  • Sparklers: 500 Atoms
  • Our Future Begins: 300 Atoms
  • It’s Friday!: 200 Atoms
  • Home Sweet Home: 200 Atoms
  • Montani Semper Liberi: 100 Atoms

Emotes

  • CAMP Emote: 300 Atoms
  • Dying of Thirst: 300 Atoms
  • So Hungry: 300 Atoms

Those are all of the microtransactions currently available in the Fallout 76 Atomic Shop. As you can see, these are mostly for character appearance and for players who are interested in decking out their base with cool-looking furniture. If you’re just looking to experience the story, you probably won’t need to bother with this at all.

And that’s all you need to know about Fallout 76’s microtransactions. Be sure to check our Fallout 76 guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.

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