Fallout Shelter Update 1.7 Brings New Quests, Bottle and Cappy From Nuka-World

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A new update is available for players of Fallout Shelter, labeled as Update 1.7. Inside, Bethesda is bringing a ton of goodies, including two new characters. Featured in the upcoming Nuka-World DLC for Fallout 4, Bottle and Cappy are now in Fallout Shelter, providing gifts should you complete their quest. 

Interestingly, Bethesda notes that you should not tap on the mascots, but I think it’s safe to assume that will be the first thing players try to do. In addition to Bottle and Cappy, Bethesda has added in more quests for adventurous explorers, plus quest types. Each week, a new quest will appear, as well as “limited time” quests.

Check out the complete changelog below, then watch the Bottle and Cappy video below for Fallout 4. It’s awesome.

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