Bethesda has released details on three DLC packs for Fallout 4 and when we can expect them. The three packs are Automatron, Wasteland Workshop, and Far Harbor. The three are coming this year with the promise of more to come.
Automatron pits you against hordes of evil robots that have been released into the Commonwealth by the Mechanist. You will be tasked to hunt them down, and you can harvest their parts to create robots of your own, allowing you to customize them to your liking. Automatron is slated to be released in March.
Wasteland Workshop will allow to design and set cages to capture creatures, which you can then tame or pit against each other in battle. The pack will also include more options for your settlements. Wasteland Workshop is slated to release in April.
Far Harbor will send you off the coast of Maine on a new case from the Valentine Detective Agency. You need to track down a young woman who has established a colony of synths. The island of Far Harbor has experienced higher radiation levels, making it a very dangerous place, and you’ll need to deal with synths, the Children of Atom, and local townspeople. The pack will feature new quests, settlements, creatures, and dungeons, and Bethesda says that “Far Harbor features the largest landmass for an add-on that we’ve ever created.” Far Harbor is set for release in May.
All DLC packs are free if you’ve purchased the Season Pass, or you can buy them separately. Automatron will retail for $9.99 (USD), Wasteland Workshop will sell for $4.99 (USD), and Far Harbor will cost you $24.99 (USD). More content is promised to come in addition to these three packs. Due to the amount of content Bethesda is raising the price of the Season Pass from the current $29.99 to $49.99 as of March 1. Current pass holders will see no increase and receive all new content, and those wishing to get the pass at the current price can do so up until March 1. Bethesda will continue to support the game with free updates as well as revamping the Survival Mode and adding a Creation Kit. Closed betas will be available on consoles and PC for each of the add ons for those who create an account on Bethesda.net. Those chosen to participate in the betas will get a code for the full add-on, complete with achievements and will not have to purchase it later. Stay tuned for more details as they’re released.
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