During the Bethesda E3 conference, the company announced the final three pieces of DLC for Fallout 4 and even revealed that the next DLC will be released next week.
Contraptions Workshop is the fourth add-on for the game and will provide players with a range of new world objects; the teaser for the DLC displayed the new Track Kit, Conveyor Belt, Pillory and Elevator which will be in the pack. No release date was given with the trailer. However, it was revealed that this will be released some time next week.
The next DLC to be released will be the Vault-Tech Workshop which is due for release in July. This workshop will allow players to create their own Vault and take the role of Overseer for the vault; the player will be able to design their vault using pre-war industrial kits and will even be able to decide on the lighting inside of it. As expected with the role of Overseer, the player will be able to perform experiments on the vault dwellers.
Nuka World is the final DLC for Fallout 4 and will be a new story; it brings an amusement park to the game with various areas such as a Safari Adventure and also a children area. Not much information was revealed about the final DLC however it was confirmed that it will feature new quests, new weapons and new creatures. Bethesda confirmed that this DLC will be released some time in August.
Bethesda also announced that their mobile game, Fallout Shelter, will be getting a big update to add new locations, characters and a new combat system. Following this, they also confirmed that the game will be released on PC later this year in July.
The final Fallout news from E3 yesterday was rather unexpected, Bethesda revealed that Fallout 4 will be coming to VR. Fallout 4 VR edition will be released in 2017 for the HTC Vive; the company also revealed that Doom will also be coming to VR.
As expected, there was a lot of Fallout news from E3 and Bethesda also confirmed that there will no more DLC for Fallout 4 once Nuka World is released in August. Fans of Fallout Shelter can expect to see the mobile version get a content update in July alongside the PC release and VR fans can look forwards to Fallout 4 VR being released in 2017.