Fallout 4 Articles
Bethesda has released the official trailer from the largest story-based DLC for Fallout 4. Called Far Harbor, the DLC is slated for release on all platforms on Thursday, May 19th. Fallout 4 is available on PC, PlayStation 4 and XBox One.
Fallout 4 console players who've been feeling left out thanks to the earlier release of Survival Mode on PC will be happy to hear that the unforgiving Commonwealth is headed their way beginning next week. In addition, mods for XBox One will begin being released in May and in June for PlayStation 4.
Fallout 4 players and builders will want to take note of today's PC open beta release of the Creation Kit. The tools included in the release are the same ones that developers used when building Fallout 4.
The second DLC for Fallout 4 has been released. Players can get their hands on Wasteland Workshop for $4.99, a DLC that allows the design of cages used to capture live critters. In addition, new options for settlement design have been added including letter kits, taxidermy and "nixie tube" lighting.
The Bethesda forum has a short note for Fallout 4 players interested in giving the Creation Kit DLC a trial run. Those with a hankering to build will want to sign up for the beta and give the team a hand squashing bugs and providing feedback.
Fallout 4 players will be able to get their hands on the game's second DLC with the release of Wasteland Workshop on April 12th that allows players to set out cages to capture living creatures. It also includes new settlement design options and more.
Fallout 4's Survival Mode is ready and waiting for the strong of heart. As of today, Survival Mode and its newly overhauled features is available for PC players via Steam, with the console version headed into game next month.
Bethesda has Tweeted that the Fallout 4 Survival mode will be entering Steam beta next week. This is good news for players who have been looking forward to new challenges in FO4.
Fallout 4’s first big DLC, the $9.99 Automatron came out today, and I’ve been diving in with renewed interest to the game because (quite frankly) who doesn’t want to build their own robot army? Read on for our first impressions of the game’s first big downloadable add-on.
Bethesda has announced that the first post-release Fallout 4 DLC will be released today. Called Automatron, the new content brings the Mechanist back into the game with his team of evil robots. Players are invited to hunt them down to harvest their parts to build their own bot out of the harvested components.
Grabbing a copy of next week's first Fallout 4 DLC, Automatron, will see players meet their first new, customizable robot companion, Ada. To show her off, the Bethesda Twitter feed is now sporting a pic that you can see below.
Bethesda has revealed the release date for the first Fallout 4 DLC called Automatron. The DLC will be released on Tuesday, March 22nd and will cost $9.99. Automatron allows players to hunt down, deconstruct and create their own robots.
Fallout 4's Deacon goofed up a bit today with an inadvertent slip up that announced he was working on Fallout 5 which, according to the now-removed Twitter post, is now in pre-production.
Dataminer deluxe 'rayQuGR' has uncovered the way that Survival Mode will work in Fallout 4 when it arrives. As Bethesda has hinted, Survival Mode will "upend the rules of life" to provide players with the maximum challenge that many wish.