The next three months will see significant post-release support for Fallout 4. War may never change, but here’s how the DLC will change your game of Fallout. (TOLD YA I was going to work that joke in somehow.)
First up, in March, comes Automatron. This $10 DLC has the following description on Bethesda’s site:
“The mysterious Mechanist has unleashed a horde of evil robots into the Commonwealth, including the devious Robobrain. Hunt them down and harvest their parts to build and mod your own custom robot companions. Choose from hundreds of mods; mixing limbs, armor, abilities, and weapons like the all-new lightning chain gun. Even customize their paint schemes and choose their voices!”
The second DLC, in April, is more of an incremental thing, the Wasteland Workshop ($5) will allow you to design and build cages to catch enemies in, to drag them home. Want to pit two captured raiders against each other? You can do that. Want to pit a deathclaw against an annoying member of your settlement? Yup. You can do that. It also comes with a bunch of workshop stuff to make designing your settlement easier and better.
Finally, in May, you will be getting a MAJOR expansion to Fallout 4. Both in gameplay and price. Far Harbor will be a $25 expansion that will take you to an island just off the coast of Maine, and is the largest landmass ever for a Fallout expansion, with new faction quests, settlements and.. dungeons? Of course it offers a bunch of new stuff as well like weapons and the like.
Oh, and if you haven’t got the Season Pass before now, now is the time, because in two weeks, on March 1st, the price of the Season Pass goes up significantly, from $30 to $50.
Read more about the upcoming DLC and expansion plans at Bethesda’s site.