After rolling out Automatron, Wasteland Workshop and the beefy Far Harbor expansions for Fallout 4, Bethesda took to the stage at E3 2016 to confirm that a further three add-ons were due to release for the critically-acclaimed RPG.
That support began with the launch of Contraptions last month, and will continue through Vault-Tec Workshop and Nuka-World in the coming months. However, the latter DLC will bring an end to Fallout 4‘s post-launch support, according to Bethesda’s VP of Marketing Pete Hines.
It’s set to arrive at some point next month, and though there’s no release date to report at this time, Hines confirmed that Bethesda is nearing the finish line with its RPG sequel.
@AndesDylan last one
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) July 4, 2016
Where the studio goes from here has been the topic of heated debate, particularly after it was revealed that Bethesda currently has two projects in the works that are said to be on the level of Fallout or Skyrim. Don’t expect one of those as-yet-unannounced projects to be The Elder Scrolls VI, which is, according to the studio’s Todd Howard, still a ways away at this stage as Bethesda dedicates resources to the release of Skyrim: Special Edition later this year.
As for Fallout 4, expect Nuka-World to wrap up the RPG’s DLC support come August. Beyond that, there’s also the game’s VR edition to look forward to.