The second expansion of the popular Fallout 4 game, Wasteland Workshop, is about to be released soon enough for the players. Bethesda has announced that this upcoming Fallout 4 DLC will be released for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on April 12, 2016 and it will cost 5 dollars.
The upcoming Wasteland Workshop DLC will allow players to build their settlements using new elements such as cages, which can be used to capture creatures that you can either tame or have them fight with each other. Wasteland Workshop DLC also comes with a few new design options for settlements, which includes taxidermy, letter kits, nixie tube lightning and more.
Here is the official trailer of the upcoming Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop DLC:
We remind you that the first DLC that Fallout 4 has received was named Automatron and it was released in March 2016. After the Wasteland Workshop DLC, Bethesda will release the Far Harbor DLC to the Fallout 4 game, which will cost 25 dollars and it will be released in May 2016. The Far Harbor DLC will be set in a post-apocalyptic version of Bar Harbor, Maine, and it will come with the largest landmass that Bethesda has ever created for an add-on content.
You also have the option to get all three expansions by purchasing the “Fallout 4 Season Pass” for a price of 50 dollars. Bethesda also confirmed that they’re planning to bring more add-ons to the game later this year and one of them will be the Creation Kit for PC, which will allow players to create mods.
Along with the Wasteland Workshop DLC that will be released for Fallout 4 on April 12, 2016, Destiny and The Division games will also receive some major updates in the same day.