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Fallout 4-themed Valentine’s Day cards are so cute they’re radioactive

Surprise your crush with adorable Fallout 4 Valentine’s Day cards, illustrated by the super talented Jillian Bakos.

Valentine’s Day is less than two weeks away, so it’s time to get your puntastic cards and gifts in order.

If your crush or loved one happens to be huge into games, especially Fallout 4, these adorable cards will go down a treat.

Designed by California-based artist Jillian Bakos, each unique card features a Fallout 4 companion with a suitably outrageous pun.

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We can already picture Preston Garvey sweeping us off our feet with the line “you’ve made a settlement in my heart, valentine.”

It’s no surprise that Fallout 4 has inspired such delightful fan art, having already shipped over 12 million copies since launching in November 2015.

Jillian Bakos is also responsible for an amazing Gwent Box from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

The Gwent Box is complete with several decks of cards and a detailed instruction booklet inside a beautiful box fitting of The Witcher’s universe. Geralt would be proud.

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Bethesda is currently working on downloadable content for Fallout 4, however, we know nothing about it yet.

All DLC will be available as part of the game’s season pass, or can be purchased separately upon release.

It’s more than likely that Fallout 4 will make an appearance at Bethesda’s E3 press conference in June.

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