After Fallout 4 DLC, Automatron, Bethesda is all set to release the Fallout 4 next DLC, Wasteland Workshop on April 12th. The American video game publishing company, Bethesda Softworks has made an official announcement of the same. Along with Wasteland Workshop, the release date of another lined-up DLC has also been announced.
Fallout 4 next DLC, Wasteland Workshop will cost Australian gamers $6.95 and United States’ gamers $4.99. Speaking about the DLC, Bethesda Softworks on its website wrote, “With the Wasteland Workshop, design and set cages to capture live creatures – from raiders to Deathclaws! Tame them or have them face off in battle, even against your fellow settlers. The Wasteland Workshop also includes a suite of new design options for your settlements like nixie tube lighting, letter kits, taxidermy and more!” The publisher has also released the trailer of Wasteland Workshop for the ones eagerly waiting for this DLC. Here is the trailer for you:
Wasteland Workshop will be available on PS4, Xbox One as well as PC. After Wasteland Workshop, Fallout 4 next DLC is Far Harbor, which will be released in May 2016. Fallout 4 lovers in the United States will be able to buy the content for $25, and Australian players can get the DLC for $29.95. Bethesda Softworks has also mentioned that “this is only the beginning” and you can expect “more than $60 worth of new Fallout adventures and features throughout 2016.” The release date post also clarified that the prices of season pass are now increasing from $30 to $50 USD. New prices are not applicable to the ones who have already purchased the season pass. For the ones for have still not purchased the season pass can do so before March 1 for the same, old price.
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