Pip-Boy

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That thing on your wrist - it's a convenience. It tells you where to go, what to do, dulls your brain. It may have helped you find the Sierra Madre broadcast, but it's just as much a crutch today as it was in the Old World.
Father Elijah

The Pip-Boy is a promotional miscellaneous item for the Engineer. It is a wrist-mounted computer device with a green-glowing monochrome screen, and several buttons and knobs. The device is modeled after the Pip-Boy 3000 series produced by the fictional RobCo Industries in the video game series Fallout.

When equipped, the Pip-Boy features a revised PDA HUD to match the looks of the device.

This item was awarded in Genuine quality to players who purchased Fallout: New Vegas before August 8, 2011. It was also awarded in Unique quality to players who purchased the Quakecon Bundle before 10AM PDT on August 6th, 2012.

Demonstration

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Update history

August 3, 2011 Patch

  • The Pip-Boy was added to the game.

August 4, 2011 [Item schema update]

  • Changed name from "Pip-Boy 1950" to "Pip-Boy".[1]

August 9, 2011 Patch

  • This item can be purchased, traded, crafted, gifted and found in random drops.

Unused content

  • The Pip-Boy is set up to be strange, however, no strange variant has been released. It would count sentry kills.

Bugs

Trivia

  • The specific model of Pip-Boy is that of the 3000, as it is presented in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. The Pip-Boy was produced as a co-venture between RobCo. Industries and Vault-Tec, before the Great War. RobCo. produces a variety of automated devices, including robots and automated weaponry, not unlike the Engineer's own contraptions.
  • This item's description references the eye-popping prettiness blurb on the 'key features' section on Fallout 3's Steam page.

Gallery

See also

References

  1. Team Fortress 2 Schema diff (commit de11e7be…) on OPTF2 Wiki Schema Tracker, 17:06:05 UTC, August 4, 2011. Accessed August 5, 2011.