Toynk Toys announces release dates for ‘Fall Out’ line


​Addison, IL-based Toynk Toys has officially announced their newest product line by EMCE TOYS, featuring figures from the hit video game franchise, Fallout.

Not familiar with game?

Fallout is described as, “a post nuclear role playing game set in an alternate history timeline mid-22nd century.” The protagonist of Fallout is an inhabitant of a Vault, long-term shelters, who is tasked to find a replacement Water Chip and save their Vault. The game Fallout centers around the game world, visiting locations and interacting with the local inhabitants.

The new toy line from Toynk will contain a total of 52 collectible figures, ranging from characters, artifacts, to weapons found in the Fallout gaming franchise. Offers gamers a second chance to own their own Fallout figures similar to those of Bethesda’s now sold out Fallout 76 Armor Edition.

The “Fallout Nanoforce™ Series 1 Army Builder Collection” includes 52 highly detailed, army men styled figures from the Fallout Universe, designed for die-hard Fallout fans who want to decorate their vault with the newest collectibles found in the Wasteland.

The Series 1 Collection will be packaged in collectible boxed and bagged sets, and will be released in phases, starting from late 2018, to early 2019.

Bag 1 can be ordered now at pre-ordered now at

Here are some important details about the line:

-Each figure is digitally sculpted for maximum detail and authenticity.
-Products will be packaged in 4 collectible boxed sets with 3 “drugstore peg” bagged sets.
-Box sets can be Play or Display. This allows your figures to be safely returned back to their package after opening.
-Boxed Sets will feature 12 two-inch figures and 1 four-inch bonus figure.
-Bagged Sets 1 & 3 will include 12 two-inch figures.
-Bagged Set 2 will include a total of 24 two-inch figures, making it the deluxe edition.
-A select number of boxed figures will remain a mystery, offering a surprise to any Fallout fan looking for an entertaining surprise.

Source: Toynk