At E3 2016, Bethesda announced the Fallout 4 Nuka World DLC. Now, they’ve revealed on Twitter that Nuka World will be the last DLC coming out for Fallout 4. Following the Contraptions Workshop and the Vault Workshop, Nuka World will see the end of Fallout 4.
Nuka World and the other two DLCs are the fourth, fifth, and sixth DLC packs that will be released for the game. Far Harbor, the last of the first three, released several weeks ago. Every DLC pack so far has brought a new questline to the game, along with new areas and new mechanics. Whether you could make your own robots in Automatron, pit raiders and Deathclaws against each other in Wasteland Workshop, or wander the wastes of Far Harbor, Maine, Fallout 4 is a game with a lot of possibilities for adventure.
Considering that Fallout 4 only launched in November of last year, the fact that it’s already run through its content so fast is a testament to how popular the game was. Bethesda has even begun allowing players of the game on consoles to be able to download mods from the PC version to play.
The other DLCs that would be coming before the Fallout 4 Nuka World DLC promised even more options to customize how you played Fallout 4. The Contraption Workshop DLC, which released June 21, allows you to build a huge number of different things to improve your settlements, while the Vault-Tec Workshop DLC allows you to build your very own Vault.
The Fallout 4 Nuka DLC will allow you to head towards the titular amusement park. Here, you can take control of roving bands of raiders to help conquer other Settlements, becoming a warlord in the Wasteland like so many others have done before you.
The DLC will also feature new weapons, new quests, new armor, new creatures, and more!