Bethesda took to the stage with their E3 press conference just a few hours ago to announce that Fallout 4 would be getting tons of downloadable content over the next few months.
Next week, the Contraptions DLC becomes available, allowing players to build elaborate machines using track systems, conveyor belts, elevators, fireworks, armor racks, as well as other materials. According to Bethesda, the game will also incorporate some sort of logic system to construct actual functional machines within the very fictional world of Fallout 4.
In July, Vault Tec Workshop will allow players to construct their very own vaults, including lighting, furniture, and art. Bethesda says that players will even be able to “change and customize the look of your inhabitants with new barbershops and cosmetic surgery stations. And like every good Overseer, run Vault-Tec approved experiments on your Dwellers to learn what makes an ideal citizen.”
Following Vault Tec Workshop in August, the final piece of downloadable content for Fallout 4 is Nuka World, which opens up an entirely new region of the game world. Much like the recent Far Harbor, there will be a new geography with its own quests and features unique to itself. The entire thing will be set within the confines of a Nuka-Cola theme park, which is about as eerie as it could possibly get.
All pieces of DLC, including Wasteland, Automatron, and Far Harbor, alongside the aforementioned incoming DLC, will be available individually or as part of the still-available season pass.