According to a Reddit user who data mined Fallout 4`s game files, it seems Bethesda is taking us to trip down to Nuka World, which I assume is some kind of post apocalyptic theme park full of Nuka Cola rides and mascots.
For those who don`t know, Nuka Cola is a popular brand of soft drinks in the Fallout game universe.
Not only this, Bethesda is also working on additional workshops, and what these workshops are and what they will be used for is still unknown. However, this could be a good news for those who love nothing more than making improvements to the vast open world of the Fallout 4.
Far Harbor, which is the third piece of Fallout 4 DLC, is still few days away from its release, and it will take us again to a journey through the wasteland. While some fans are counting the days in anticipation of the Fallout 4 DLC, there are some who are trying to find out what else Bethesda has up his sleeves.
Now this could very well be a real thing, because Bethesda has announced that after Far Harbor DLC there will be more downloadable content for the game, which begs the question that what will these, Nuka World and new Workshops, will offer in terms of content and gameplay experience.
However, Far Harbor is the biggest DLC for the game which will take players to a new location. Far Harbor`s play area is bigger than the shivering isles map of the Elder Scrolls 4 Oblivion.
Fallout 4 was released in November of last year for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation. Two DLCs for the game are already available, and the third DLC for the game, Far Harbor, is slated for May 19 release.