Fallout 4 Far Harbor No Longer Biggest DLC, New Mod Confirmed

Fallout 4 Far Harbor No Longer Biggest DLC, New Mod Confirmed
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After the ups and down Bethesda was forced to face with the new Fallout 4 Far Harbor, the DLC received positive reviews throughout the gaming community, with critics appreciating the DLC for meeting expectations. But a group of developers have been prepping to release a new mod far beyond what we saw in Far Harbor.


Fallout 4 new mod bigger than Far Harbor?

VG247 published a report on a new mod called Cascadia. It has been under development for the past six months by a team of 18. The mod is supposedly “a bit smaller than Fallout 3, but more quests and locations than Fallout 4’s Far Harbor DLC.”

The developers of the mod haven’t revealed information about the type of quests. However, the team has assured that the mod will available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for free via Bethesda.net, but the mod is doubtful to run on these consoles.

As per the Tumblr website, the storyline of the mod is set several decades after Fallout 4. The mod will put the player in the city of Seattle, fighting to accomplish their new quests. IGN also confirmed that the game won’t allow users to access Commonwealth, forcing gamers to use new characters for the mod.

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Although most of the PC fans would rejoice over Cascadia, the developers said that the mod is being developed by a team that work only during their spare time. But fortunately, the developer’s website indicates that the release is right around the corner. You may have a lot of FAQs regarding the mod, so click here to know more.

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