Fallout 4’s Far Harbor DLC has become quite popular since its release. Most players are really enjoying it, making it the most popular of the three pieces of downloadable content released for Fallout 4 so far.
Far Harbor was preceded by Automatron and Wasteland Workshop. Automatron added new missions and robot customization, while Wasteland Workshop mainly expanded the settlement-building aspects. In contrast, Far Harbor is a story expansion set in a new location and filled with content.
All three of these were announced at the same time, back in February. However, some fans may have forgotten that we have more DLC yet to come. In the announcement, Bethesda described Automatron, Wasteland Workshop, and Far Harbor as the “first series of add-ons” for Fallout 4.
They went on to say over $60 worth of Fallout 4 content would be released in 2016. As a result, the price of the Season Pass increased, although the original price was honored for players who had already bought it. Fallout 4’s Season Pass costs $49.99 to support the amount of planned DLC.
This increase caused quite a bit of backlash when it was first announced, and only time will tell if the Season Pass is worth its steep price. If there are more DLC episodes in the style of Far Harbor coming up, it just might.
When Bethesda announced the release of Far Harbor, they once again reminded fans that more content would be forthcoming.
Now that all three of the originally announced add-ons have been released, we should hear more about Fallout 4’s next series of DLC soon. In fact, with E3 2016 approaching in just a couple weeks, Fallout 4 DLC could be a main highlight of Bethesda’s E3 show.
Have you enjoyed the DLC for Fallout 4 released so far, and do you own the Season Pass? What content do you hope to Given the price increase of the Season Pass, what sort of DLC–or how much of it–would Bethesda have to release to justify the $49.99 Season Pass in your eyes? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Want to enhance your gaming experience? Maybe try a new mouse. Neurogadget recommends Logitech's Gaming Mouse for both its quality and gaming functionality.