Fallout 4 is without a doubt the most successful entry into the Fallout franchise, and it continues to dominate as one of the premiere open world RPGs of this console generation. As huge as the game is though, it still takes a finite amount of time before there is nothing left to do. Fortunately, Bethesda has players covered with three new DLC packages planned for release in the upcoming months.
The new DLCs in question are
Automatron (March), Wasteland Workshop (April), and Far Harbor (May). Automatron follows the sole survivor as he or she fights robotic fiends created by the mysterious Mechanist. Using parts salvaged from defeated robots, players will be able to build their own custom robot companion to fight at their side. Wasteland Workshop promises to add a slew of new features to settlement building, including the option to capture and tame wasteland creatures to do your bidding. Finally, Far Harbor acts as a new location for the sole survivor to explore and solve the mystery of a missing woman with none other than Nick Valentine. The location is based off of Mount Desert Island in Maine, arguably one of the most beautiful islands in the world. It should be exciting to see just how Bethesda destroys it beyond recognition.
As far as cost goes, it isn’t surprising that both
Automatron and Wasteland Workshop are $9.99 and $4.99 respectively. However, Far Harbor will be $24.99. That price is suspiciously close to the $29.99 season pass available right now. This is because Bethesda has expanded their plans for DLC and intends to release over $60 worth of DLC before the end of 2016. As of March 1st, the season pass will have its price raised to $49.99, though previous purchasers of the season pass will still receive every piece of DLC released this year. As an added bonus, the pass will remain at the lower price for the rest of February as a thank you to fans.
Will you be picking up the season pass before the price gets raised? Do any of the three announced DLCs interest you? Let us know in the comments below!