When you're dead, (When you're dead), on the dance floor, (on the dance floor), and your friend can't breathe any more, (breathe any more), you need to gain some traction with an atomic reaction. Come back from zero; be a nuclear hero. Get up, (get up), get Up 'N Atoms, get up, (get up), get Up 'N Atoms, get up.
Up 'N Atoms appears as a small bright blue vending machine. Up 'N Atoms candy can be seen in the window to the machine. There is a very distinct bright blue figure that rises from the top of the machine every so often. There is also a tombstone on the machine that says "RIP". Upon the front of the machine is the text "Up 'N Atoms". The Up 'N Atoms insignia is seen prominently on the machine, as the "A" character of the name. There is a coin inserting compartment to the right side of the machine.
It is possible for a player to obtain more than three Up 'N Atoms in Solo by using a weapon variant that contains the Gambler perk.
Despite selling the same product, the machine's slots have two different values - $3.50 and $4.50.
A box of Up 'N Atoms weighs 6 ounces or 170 grams.
The name of the perk refers to the phrase "Up and at 'em", a phrase meaning to rise and face the opposition.
The insignia behind the 'A' character in the name is an image used to commonly portray an atom.
Amongst the floor around the perk machine, there are empty boxes of Up 'N Atoms.
The boxes have text on them saying "Revive Faster" and "Extra Last Stand" as well as skulls inside the atom insignia.
Upon the back of the box there is a barcode and an ingredients list. The barcode number reads as 8161715131019. This is a reference to the popular 1980s song Tommy Tutone - Jenny, better known as 867-5309, which is what number is created after removing all the ones from the barcode (8161715131019).