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Loot Crate has unveiled its newest monthly subscription service, Loot Gaming.
Loot Gaming follows the same model as Loot Crate’s other subscription services, like Loot Anime and Loot Pets, by delivering a monthly box of collectible swag to subscribers.
For a monthly fee of $25, Loot Gaming crates “will feature a curated selection of items from the best video game brands” including AAA games, indies, new releases, and retro games, according to the company.
Each crate contains between 4 and 6 items, as well as a “game manual style booklet” and an exclusive Loot Gaming pin. All told, Loot Crate says the retail value of the items is around $60 USD. The company also says most items will be manufactured exclusively for Loot Gaming.
On top of physical items, Loot Gaming will occassionally “include digital items like downloadable games, digital items or in game DLC.”
Loot Gaming deliveries are scheduled to begin in Spring, and anyone interested can sign up for updates on the Loot Crate website.
Loot Crate is, of course, no stranger to gaming, having done game-themed crates in the past. Back in November we unboxed the special Fallout 4 Loot Crate and uncovered a plush Dogmeat, which made life just a little bit better.
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