Fallout 4 DLC Coming Soon

Fallout 4 DLC Coming Soon

Fallout 4 is seeing its first batch of DLC, ranging from the cosmetic to the narrative.

Wastelanders will be able to get their mitts on the three new packs, Automatron, Wasteland Workshop, and Far Harbour, this spring.

In Automatron, you’ll be up against an evil scientist who has unleashed his robot army into the Commonwealth. The Mechanist is the villain in this new quest line that will give the player the ability to make their own robot companions. You can customize them with different parts, weapons, builds, paint jobs and voices.

With the Wasteland Workshop, you’ll be able to capture live creatures, from the terrifying Deathclaws to raiders, with cages you build. Then, once in captivity, you tame them and force them into mortal combat for your entertainment. You can even throw your settlers into the fray.

Besides the brutal cage matches, the workshop DLC gives players access to new ways to dress up their settlements with nixi tube lighting, taxidermy, letter kits and more.

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Finally, in Far Harbour, players will be whisked away to the titular town on a new case from Valentine. Bethesda promises that Far Harbour is the biggest DLC landmass they’ve produced to date and it’s to be filled with all new quests, factions, dungeons, deadly creatures and radiation. Explore the island with its hidden synths and Children of the atom.

Bethesda has announced that it has expanded on its original DLC plan and as a result, the seasons pass will cost a little extra starting March 1. Instead of the current $29.99 it will be $49.99 USD. However, anyone who’s bought it at the original price will still get everything that people get for the new price.

In addition, Bethesda is moving forward by offering free updates, some including a further draw distance and weapon debris for console players. As well as updates to the survival mode.

Automatron will be out in March for $9.99, Wasteland Workshop is out in April for $4.99 and Far Harbour is slated for May at $24.99, all prices in USD.

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