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Fallout 4, a highly addictive blockbuster game from Bethesda that sold 12 million units during the first day of its release is about to release new downloadable content as it appears that fans were aching for it.

The first DLC – Automatron – was released on the 22th of March and it came with new items, more a=enemies and locations. Not only that but it also introduced a quest chain that takes the player through different landscapes until he finds a villain named The Mechanist or Isabel Cruz who is slightly more important than another Mechanist in Fallout 3.



Another perk brought by Automatron was that fact that players could build their own robot companions and they could choose from a great number of customizing options.

Then, Wasteland Workshop came out this week on the 12th of April and it’s about the settlement building part. The players received various tools to capture creatures of the wasteland and to tame them – there are many things you can do the creatures – make them fight each other in arenas like gladiators, or you can stir then through gauntlets. The DLS also adds items such as a Fusion Generator, cosmetics and neon lighting.

The next Fallout 4 DLC has been named Far Harbor and its release is expected sometime in May, priced at 24.99 dollars. GamingBolt reported that this pack will be set in a completely different and bigger landscape. According to tech blogs, although the landmass will grow considerably, it will not have as much content as another DLC made for Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion entitles Shivering Isles.

Furthermore, Far Harbor will expand on a radiation worshipping cult from Fallout 3 and 4 named the Children of the Atom.

So far, there isn’t a lot of information on this next DLC, but some new items were seen in a live stream such as a Vim Machine, a texture map for a giant squid, a harpoon and a barn

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