Once again saved by Fallout 4! Bethesda’s press conference at E3 was able to keep in step with their competitors like EA. Thanks to their new DLCs plus, add-on and confirmation on the release Fallout 4 virtual reality version.
Fallout 4 DLC’s will be releasing new features this year
According to The Verge, “Nuka World,” “Contraptions” and “Vaultec Workshops” will be hitting the digital store in the next three months. Gamers can get their hands on “Contraptions” in the upcoming week.
The trailer that was played during E3 unveiled new weapons, sorting machines, armor and elevators in its cinematic free mode look. The developers also confirmed that gamers will be able to use the vault and build using same function that gamers are familiar of in “Vaultec Workshops” on its release in July.
Nuka world will reportedly come out in August, but according to Polygon, the studio remains mum about it. Luckily, gamers identified the add-on last year within a game file. However, we got to see Nuka world in the trailer and it appears to be a theme park.
While Fallout 4’s trailer has all the gamer’s expectation going above the roof, we still don’t know if these DLCs will be better than Far Harbor. But, as their release dates are just months away from us, we’ll be able to catch some gameplay videos by end of this month or next.
In other news, the most awaited Fallout 4 Virtual Reality version has been confirmed to release for HTC Vive in 2017, according Kotaku. It was clarified that the publishers will be releasing the full version rather than a demo.
As excited as we are, fans should know they could face few issues with Fallout 4 VR. As pointed by The Verge, motion sickness is a common problem in VR, long runs in the game would definitely affect gamers. Moreover, the developers would have to make few changes to integrate the game into VR.
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