We’re pleased to announce that Courier’s Stash and Gun Runners’ Arsenal are now available for download on Xbox LIVE, PlayStation Network and Steam!.
Courier’s Stash (Xbox LIVE for 160 Microsoft points, PlayStation Network and Steam for $1.99) gives players immediate access to four content bundles previously available only through pre-ordering Fallout: New Vegas. The Caravan Pack, Classic Pack, Mercenary Pack and Tribal Pack each offer unique weapons, apparel and aid advantages that will help you throughout your journey.
Gun Runners’ Arsenal (Xbox LIVE for 320 Microsoft points, PlayStation Network and Steam for $3.99) increases the range of unique weapons, weapon mods, ammo types and recipes waiting to be uncovered in the vast Mojave Wasteland.
After the break, read Josh Sawyer’s final preview of the Gun Runners’ Arsenal…
Embrace of the Mantis King!, Two-Step Goodbye – Some of the most incredible unique Unarmed weapons we’ve seen come through our shop, and we’re not just saying that because we want you to spend thousands of caps on them. Embrace of the Mantis King! (above, and the exclamation point is required by contract) is a huge, mutated Mantis Gauntlet. Did someone come across a Mantis King, kill it, and make this? Did someone raise a Mantis into a Mantis King specifically to make this? It’s a mystery for the ages. All we know is that it’s awesome and a little gross.
Two-Step Goodbye – A unique Ballistic Fist for professional wastelanders only. On a particularly devastating kill shot, it plants an explosive charge onto the target. You’ll know what’s coming when you hear the beeping. You’ve got two steps to get away. Use them wisely. Note: we’ve already repaired and re-sold this weapon three times for friends of people who didn’t heed the warning.
GRA Baseball Bat, Katana – A world of sophistication apart, the GRA Baseball Bat (above) and our incredibly popular customizable Katana (below) fill similar roles for the Melee Weapons specialist. The Baseball Bat can be customized with a Cork Core (increases attack speed), Maple Body (increases condition), and Nails (increases damage). You might be saying, “Why can’t I just pound regular nails into a Baseball Bat myself?” This is an art, friend. It requires skilled Gun Runners artisans to craft nails that are worthy of being precisely inserted into a Baseball Bat for combat use. Speaking of art, our Katana (below) is such a dazzler that we’ve heard some enemies just stand and stare as the blade comes flying in (no guarantee implied). Custom options include an Authentic Blade (increases damage), Balanced Grip (increases attack speed), and Protective Sheath (increases condition).
Greased Lightning, GRA Power Fist – The Gun Runners understand that bullets aren’t the answer to all problems. Sometimes, you need a really solid Power Fist. We’ve got two. Greased Lightning is a one-of-a-kind model. We’re not sure what the heck they did to it, but the pistons fire so fast we thought it was going to tear our tester’s arm off! Damage is much lower than a standard Power Fist, but when you’re hitting this fast, who cares? If you want something more customizable, pick up our GRA Power Fist. Chromed Tubes increase condition, High Cap Valves boost damage, and there’s even an option for Ported Chambers to modestly accelerate attack speed.
Chainsaw, GRA Ripper – The Gun Runners have big and small options for lovers of automatic chain weapons. Both the Chainsaw (above) and Ripper can be customized with Carbide Teeth (increases damage) and a Heavy Duty Chain (increases condition). Additionally, the normally hefty chainsaw can be lightened with the installation of an Alloy Frame.
Gehenna, Nuka-Breaker – Small and fiery or big and sparky. Those are your options with our unique Shishkebab and Rebar Club. Yeah, the Nuka-Breaker doesn’t look like a Rebar Club, but we’ve done the repairs, and they’re surprisingly similar.Trust us. Gehenna (above) burns with a more intense flame than the standard Shishkebab and does a bit more base damage. In addition to hitting like a Brotherhood Paladin dropped off of a cliff, the Nuka-Breaker has a chance to electrocute its targets on impact. Maybe it’s overkill, but we don’t think that’s a bad thing.