E3 2016: Fallout 4 getting even more expansions this year

Bethesda used most of their press conference at E3 last year to show off Fallout 4. This year, the game returned with a host of new features and DLC that set to be released throughout the rest of the year.

First up is the Contraptions DLC. This pack will allow wastelanders to build new devices like elevators, armour and weapon racks, conveyor belts and even sorting machines.

The second, Vault-Tec Workshop, will allow players to create vaults of their very own with the same kind of building functionality behind settlements. You will then be able to perform experiments on your poor, unsuspecting vault dwellers.

The third add-on is Nuka World which appears to be a wasteland theme-park, ancient and decrepit, but never the less filled with wastelanders wanting to gamble their lives on a rollercoaster ride.

The three new add-ons will drop over the next three months.

Fallout 4 shipped with a season pass that was US$29.99 on launch but was later upped to US$49.99 after the company expanded its DLC plans.

Each of the new add-ons will roll out over the next three months.


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David Smith

David Smith is the former games and technology editor at The AU Review. He has previously written for PC World Australia. You can find him on Twitter at @RhunWords.

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