Went ahead and purchased all 100 ranks of the new season (2), and will be giving my personal opinion reviews on the more "sought after" items real soon. Stay tuned wastelanders.
Season 2 Board Completed – Rank 100 Achieved
***Reward Reviews & Pictures Below***
Brotherhood Field Station (Bunker) Review: Ok so this item was the main unlock that I was looking forward to ever since they revealed this seasons rewards a couple of weeks ago. Before I decided to go ahead and unlock all 100 ranks, I was determined that I was going to at least unlock the ranks required to unlock this bunker. Now that doesn't mean that I was gun-shy about getting overly excited about it, because we all know what a debacle the "Communist Bunker Bundle" (one that included the chain link fence & safe skin) was/currently still is. It's been 3+ weeks since it released and Bethesda has yet to fix the floating issue inside the bunker, which makes it utterly useless to me. So with all of that being said, I was nervous that the BoS Field Station (Bunker) was going to have a slew of issues with it as well. Well I am totally stoked to let y'all know that this Bunker is damn near flawless in my eyes, esp considering Bethesda's track record with newly released camp items. Not only does it function 100% the way I expected it to function, it also has features that are not noticable just by looking at the description on the board. It can be used without power hooked up to it, but I recommend hooking power up to it in order to unlock the "badassness" it yields. So just like the Red Rocket Garage, this bunker calls for three (3) power, and it easily hooks up to a terminal on the left side roof if your looking at it from the front. With power hooked up, the yellow indicators/markers on the front and inside illuminate, but the coolest part is that with power it dispenses a light layer of grayish fog around the door non-stop. The fog is not over bearing like the mothman smoke machine, but is just enough to give the entrance this cool ass vibe. Next this managed to accomplish proper door aesthetics as well as function. Unlike the Communist Bunker door that slides to the left as one whole unit, this bunkers doors split in the middle and tuck into the walls. There are sets of buttons on the inside/outside of the bunker to open/close the doors, or you can just get close to the door and be prompted to open them. The best structure I can compare the inside size to, is probably the log cabin, but with a little more space inside so needless to say, its got plenty of room inside. All in all I am thrilled with this bunker, and honestly feel like it alone was worth the cost of unlocking everything, and all the other items are just cherries on the top. Get this bunker, it's hands down worth the grind! Pictures below.
Bunker-Inside looking Out_Doors-Open
Bunker-Electrical Hookup_Roof-Left Side
Weight Bench Review: I can verify that the weight bench you unlock the 4th rank does have a beneficial bug right now. When you hold A (Xbox) to "Lift", you will begin bench pressing for about the same amount of time resting takes, and will receive a +2 Strength buff for 30 mins. The beneficial bug is that you can repeat lifting right after standing up, over and over & receive the +2 Strength buff stacked.
Floor/Wallpaper Review: The "Army Floor" (r38) & the "Armor Ace Wallpaper" (r55) look pretty bad ass imo. I like the industrial vibe it gives off. Picture below
Army Floor & Armor Ace WP
Armor Ace Laser Shooting Gallery Review: I honestly was hoping this would be more than it is, but sadly it isn't. I was holding out faith that you would get to somehow control the "game" aspect of the shooting gallery, but I was thoroughly wrong. It is simply a "conversation piece" interactive camp item. It does make some game noises and your character does interact with it, but that's the extent of it. It's still pretty neat, but not what I was hoping for. Photo below.
Armor Ace Laser Shooting Gallery
Electric Train Set: I didn't really pay this much attention when I was scoping out the rewards, but I must say I really am liking it. It is just like the shooting gallery meaning it is just a decoration, but a decoration that is constantly making faint train noises that are not obnoxious like a lot of the camp items Bethesda releases (looking at you blood eagle totem). The train is constantly making the rounds, and even has a little smoke stack going off all the time. All in all I actually like this item. Picture below.
Electric Train Set
Vault-Tec Foosball Table: This is functionally the exact same as the shooting gallery. You can interact with it and your character will proceed to play Foosball without any input from you. I do like it more than the shooting gallery tho, and honestly seems more aesthetically looks better imo. Picture below.
Vault-Tec Foosball Table
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