‘Fallout 4’ Far Harbor DLC Early Reviews: Scary & Unnerving

‘Fallout 4’ Far Harbor DLC Early Reviews: Scary & Unnerving
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Fallout 4 is one of the few titles still making its run in the gaming community since its release in 2015. The developers have been kind to their fans, releasing patch updates and mod tools for all platforms to improve the gaming experience. But it doesn’t stop there.


The developers at Bethesda have been teasing the release of Far Harbor for a long time. The DLC is said to be the largest map with a landmass bigger “than Shivering Isles.” As once tweeted by Pete Hines (VP of PR/Mktg at Bethesda), the wait has finally come to an end because the DLC is scheduled to release next week. Thanks to WCCF Tech, we already have reviews and responses from early testers of Far Harbor.

WCCF Tech contacted several Redditors to have the chance to experience the early DLC release. Their responses will probably give us Goosebumps.

Redditor 1: “It’s taken a little while, maybe 20-22 hours to do a search at every map marker and do the quests. There are however quite a lot of secret places I’ve yet to discover, hunting them all down will take many more hours if you are the adventurous type.”

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Redditor 2: “Well the main quest was actually pretty short but there were a lot of side quests and miscellaneous tasks to do, probably around 10-15 hours. I haven’t completed all the content.”

You can find the rest of the responses here. Far Harbor DLC is prized at $24.99 if purchased without Fallout 4. If you still haven’t caught a glimpse of the official Fallout 4 Far Harbor trailer, check it out below.

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