Final DLC plans revealed for Fallout 4
Three more add-ons coming in the next three months
Starting next week, Fallout 4 will get more content in the form of paid add-ons. Three more expansions are due for release between now and the end of August, one per month. These will provide the last of the paid DLC content for Fallout 4.
Contraptions Workshop (June 21, 2016) is the first of the new expansions, and it is priced at $4.99. As the name implies, this will be a small DLC that includes various settlement devices like elevators, conveyors, logic gates and other gadgets.
Vault-Tech Workshop (July 2016) is also priced at $4.99 and it will allow players to create their own Vault with a new set of construction pieces. Settlers inside the vault can take on different appearances with haircuts and cosmetic surgery options. Nefarious types can even perform experiments on Vault dwellers.
Nuka World (August 2016) is the biggest of the last three add-ons and will be priced at $19.99. It will allow players to venture to Nuka World, an amusement park overrun by lawless Raiders. The expansion will take players to park zones like Safari Adventure, Kiddie Kingdom and Galactic Zone. It will have new quests, weapons, and creatures.
All add-ons will be included in the season pass which can be purchased for $50.
Fallout 4 released on November 10th, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.