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The Atomic Shop is the microtransaction store for spending Atoms (Icon Fo76 Atom) in Fallout 76.

OverviewEdit

The Atomic Shop is accessible from the game menu after leaving Vault 76 for the first time. The store sells cosmetics, C.A.M.P. objects, photo mode poses and frames, emotes, and icons. Purchases by a player will carry over to all of a player's characters. Objects originating from or modified by an item from the Atomic Shop can not be dropped or traded to other players.

CanonicityEdit

The canon status of content from the Atomic Shop was discussed by Emil Pagliarulo in August 2020. Pagliarulo stated that the status of many purchasable objects in the shop do not strictly confine to established lore and canon, as the internal rules for what can be placed in the Atomic Shop are very loose. Some items may have conflicting status within the lore, but are placed in the Atomic Shop because of their "fun factor."[1]

AtomsEdit

Most purchases require Atoms, which can either be bought or earned by completing challenges. There are some items that are available for free.

Real money to Atoms conversion table
Atoms Icon Fo76 Atom USD GBP EUR CAD AUD
500 5.00 3.99 4.99 6.49 7.95
1100 10.00 7.99 9.99 12.99 14.95
2400 20.00 15.99 19.99 24.99 29.95
5000 40.00 31.99 39.99 49.99 59.95

Available contentEdit

ApparelEdit

SkinsEdit

C.A.M.P.Edit

StylesEdit

PhotomodeEdit

EmotesEdit

IconsEdit

UtilityEdit

BundlesEdit


NotesEdit

FO76 Atomic Shop access point - Charleston station

Atomic Shop access in the form of a Vault Boy cut-out was added to all train stations by patch 1.2.2.9. After negative community feedback, they were removed in the following patch, though one still exists in the game mode Nuclear Winter.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fallout 76: Is the Atomic Shop or Creation Club considered canon?:
    Emil Pagliarulo: "Atomic Shop is a lot...we found that Atomic Shop tends to not be canon so much, it's a lot looser. Just because it's, y'know, stuff that you purchase or use Atoms get into your game that is, like... there's a big fun factor there. There's a lot of stuff in Atomic Shop that we could take out because it's not strictly Fallout canon, and then players would be bummed. Because it's in a live multiplayer game, you... it's always a judgement call, it's tough. There's a lot of stuff that's... the canon rules are a lot lighter with the Atomic Shop stuff. Because we want people to have what they want and just have fun."
    Note: This video is an excerpt from a longer interview at Gamescom 2020.
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