One person has already won one of the now sold-out Pip-Boy editions of Fallout 4, and four people have won Vault Boy T-Shirts. There's plenty more Fallout 4 gear up for grabs as ThinkGeek will offer merchandise and copies of the game weekly until Nov. 9.
Bethesda Softworks had gone back to its manufacturing partner to have more Pip-Boy replicas made for the special editions of the game. It did so until the manufacturer turned the game studio away and re-appropriated its production lines to more lucrative products.
While users can no longer secure Pip-Boy editions of Fallout 4 through preorders, ThinkGeek still has more of the limited-edition packages. Each Monday, until Fallout 4's Nov. 10 launch, ThinkGeek will award prizes to one to six randomly selected participants.
Those who want to toss their names into ThinkGeek's hat can do so by registering for the weekly drawings.
Each winner "will be notified by email at the email address provided in the Entry Information on or shortly after each Monday through November 9, 2015 after the random drawing," says ThinkGeek. "Potential winner must accept a prize by email as directed by Sponsor within 48 hours of notification."
This contest is only for people within the United States, however.
"Entrants outside the United States: be aware that Fallout 4 games being distributed as prizes are only compatible with devices sold in the U.S.," states ThinkGeek.
Fallout 4 hits the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on Nov. 10. Fallout Shelter, a mobile spinoff of the core Fallout series, is available now on iOS and Android.
Those left disappointed by the lack of substance of the Fallout 4 teaser trailers shouldn't expect to find out much of anything about the game's story until launch, according to Bethesda's Pete Hines, vice president of marketing. He would be "stunned" if Bethesda says anything else about Fallout 4's story, he told IGN.
"We're going to let everybody experience that in the game as much as possible," Hines said. "But there are certain trade-offs you have to make to build some amount of awareness to what the game is offering, so you're willing to make some sacrifices."