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Empty Nuka-Cola bottle

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Empty Nuka-Cola bottle
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EffectsRock-It Launcher ammunition
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Base ID00022103
 
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The empty Nuka-Cola bottle is a miscellaneous item in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas.

Characteristics

The bottle is a packaging item used for carrying and containing Nuka-Cola. This item is a clear glass bottle with the Nuka-Cola logo printed on it.

Uses

The bottle is useful only as Rock-It Launcher ammunition. Note that in-game it is different from the empty soda bottle, despite the identical appearance. The empty Nuka-Cola bottle is twice the value of the empty soda bottle. After drinking a Nuka-Cola the bottle simply disappears and is not turned into an empty Nuka-Cola bottle, though you are given the bottlecap from the drink.

Old World Blues: Once the Sink has been activated and updated, you can refill them turning them into Purified water.

Locations

  • Vault 101, cafeteria.
  • There is one among the several other empty bottles in the Nuka-Cola truck outside Old Olney.
  • Scattered across the Wasteland, so many they may blend into the background.

Behind the scenes

  • The bottle roughly resembles the bottles the real world beverage 'Coca-Cola' used in the fifties.
  • There is a different shaped bottle in the Fallout 4 official trailer.