There were talks about Fallout 4's downloadable content in the past couple of weeks but finally, the debate is over. Bethesda had made an announcement and gave details about the upcoming DLC this spring. This is a goodbye in advance, beautiful spring flowers and sun!
Let us have look at- and then crave for these beauties:
Automatron: "Robots, robots and more robots! Even make your own!" (March 2016, $9.99 USD)
According to the brief summary made by Bethesda, we will be facing an evil robot army built by a mysterious Mechanist. After annihilating them, we will -of course- scavenge the loot out of them, and create our own robots with a lot of customization options. And there is a lightning chain gun ladies & gentlemen.
Releasing the hunter inside of us will be fun, I guess. But hunting and taming beasts and making them fight each other in your own arena will be extreme fun, I am sure! Also the DLC will include new design options for your home. Hearthfire of the Fallout 4? Probably.
Far Harbor: "Unravel the secrets and the mystery of..." (May 2016, $24.99 USD)
While the other two are more close to being an add-on for the game, this will probably bring a long storyline to follow in Fallout 4. The rumors of an underwater level are likely to become true, as the sea will certainly play a big role in this content. The summary says:
A new case from Valentine’s Detective Agency leads you on a search for a young woman and a secret colony of synths. Travel off the coast of Maine to the mysterious island of Far Harbor, where higher levels of radiation have created a more feral world.
Bethesda also adds that Far Harbor will be the largest DLC ever created by them, in the terms of landmass. After Shivering Isles, that's a great promise to keep. We cannot wait!
One more thing before you go click that Fallout 4 icon: The price of season pass will increase on March 1st; from $29.99 to $ 49.99 -but the users that have already bought it will not pay anything extra. If you are considering a season pass for your beloved Fallout 4, now is the time, says Bethesda.