Bethesda announced the next three DLCs for Fallout 4 at E3 2016, namely Contraptions Workshop, Vault-Tec and Nuka World.
Contraptions Workshop, which will be released on June 21, will allow players to utilize different materials to contrast complicated and crazy items for the improvement of the Wasteland settlements. Vault-Tec, set to be launched in July, will allow gamers to construct a massive underground vault to attract more dwellers. Both DLCs will cost $4.99.
Nuka World, which is coming in August this year, will be the last story-based DLC for Fallout 4 and is probably the most exciting DLC among the three.
According to the DLC's page on the Steam store, Nuka World is an amusement park that has been transformed into a city of Raiders. The DLC will open up a new region with a wide wasteland, along with park zones with names such as Dry Rock Gulch, Safari Adventure, the Galactic Zone and Kiddie Kingdom. There is speculation that Nuka World is based on Pennsylvania's Hershey Park, but the info has not been confirmed by Bethesda.
The thing that is drawing the interest of gamers in Nuka World is that the DLC is hinting at the fact that players will be able to do darker things compared to the good deeds of Fallout 4 and previous DLCs. Nuka World's page says gamers could serve as the leader of gangs of Raiders who can conquer other settlements and bend the Commonwealth to their will.
With the possibly unlawful activities in Nuka World and Vault-Tec that will allow gamers to perform experiments on settlers, it seems Fallout 4 is turning the corner into a morally gray game, which for some gamers would make the title so much better.
There is no definite date yet on when Nuka World will be released, but gamers can now preorder the DLC on Steam. The price for Nuka World is $19.99, making it four times more expensive compared to Contraptions Workshop and Vault-Tec but cheaper by $5 compared to the recently released Far Harbor DLC. Gamers also have the option of signing up for the Fallout 4 DLC beta program, which will allow them to get a first look at the content before it is released to the public.
For gamers who are just starting out with Fallout 4, purchasing the game's $50 season pass could be a better option. With the season pass, gamers will be able to download all the DLC released so far for Fallout 4, along with the three upcoming DLC for the title.