How to Unlock Mr. Handy in Fallout Shelter

Learn how to unlock Mr. Handy in Fallout Shelter and discover the benefits of having this robotic assistant in your vault.The Mr. Handy robot can be unlocked in Fallout Shelter and will be a great addition to your shelter – here’s how to unlock the robot and how it works.

Fallout Shelter is the most accessible game in the Fallout series , as it is free and available on iOS and Android mobile devices, but also on all consoles, including Nintendo Switch (the only game in the series that is available on Nintendo consoles).

The popularity and quality of the Fallout series on Amazon Prime Video has revalued the entire saga, and games like Fallout 76 or Fallout 4 , the last main installment released in 2015; or even going back to the older Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas… with special interest in the latter in view of the

But there is another more accessible game, because it is available for free on iOS and Android mobiles, as well as all consoles (PS4, Xbox One and even ): Fallout Shelter .

Mr. Handy , a spherical robot full of arms capable of doing all kinds of tasks, such as helping with repairs, housework, operating on patients, torturing, stealing organs.

How to Unlock Mr. Handy in Fallout Shelter

You have two ways to get the robot: it can be released in lunchboxes as a legendary card, or it can be purchased directly as DLC . One crafty lord costs 0.99 euros, and five robots cost 3.99 euros.

Additionally, you can buy lunch boxes , for the same price (0.99 euros one, 3.99 for five lunch boxes), but these lunch boxes can also be obtained in the game by completing various objectives.However, since he is a legendary character, you will only have a 0.2% chance of finding him.

Mr. Handy can be used to gather resources. The robot will always move on the same floor, helping to gather resources from the rooms he passes through. He will also help put out fires and other emergencies.

On the other hand, he can also be sent to the wasteland, where he can obtain caps, up to a maximum of 5,000 caps per expedition (but no other resources).

The robot can also defend itself from invaders on the same floor and attack them with flamethrowers and saws. If destroyed, it can be rebuilt for 2,000 caps, but it cannot be healed.

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