Bethesda Outlines Future DLC Plans For Fallout 4, First Add-On Drops Next Week


Staying true to its monthly content rollout for Fallout 4, Bethesda has nailed down future DLC plans for its RPG sequel, with the first add-on due to arrive next week. Elsewhere, it was also revealed that the studio is set to release a VR-compatible version of the Commonwealth for HTC Vive in 2017.

Entitled Contraptions, it’ll be followed in quick succession by the fifth and sixth Fallout 4 expansions, Vault-Tec Workshop and Nuka-World, which are set for release across July and August, respectively.

Here’s a rundown per Bethesda:

At the BE3 Showcase, Bethesda Game Studios revealed three more add-ons, with the first Contraptions Workshop available on June 14th. Get the full scoop on Contraptions Workshop, Vault-Tec Workshop and their final add-on, Nuka-World.

Also from the Wasteland, Bethesda Game Studios is working on big changes for Fallout Shelter. Update 1.6 will introduce Quests to Fallout Shelter, with an all-new combat system, new characters, enemies, and locations to explore. Plus, the surprise announcement that Fallout Shelter is coming to PC. Both Quests and Fallout Shelter for PC will arrive in July.

Fallout 4‘s latest add-on, Contraptions, will make its debut at some point next week.