Fallout 4's upcoming Nuka World DLC is set to be the last major piece of content for the nearly-year-old open-world RPG from Bethesda, and if a Steam database entry for Nuka World turns out to be true, it may be the biggest piece of DLC for the game yet.
According to GamingBolt, the Steam database entry for Nuka World reveals a file size of around 3.66 GB, nearly a gig larger than the PC download size of Fallout 4's previous major expansion, Far Harbor.
Far Harbor added a massive new environment set in Maine for players to explore, along with new quests, factions, weapons, armor and enemies. If Nuka World is a full gig larger than Far Harbor, it seems like there is even more Fallout 4 goodness crammed into the expansion than fans might have been expecting, which would certainly be fitting, given how the DLC is set to be the final piece of content for the game.
That being said, file size isn't everything. As GamingBolt points out, the entirety of No Man's Sky (which has been heralded as one of the largest games of all time thanks to its near-infinite, procedurally-generated universe) is only a few GBs, so just because Nuka World's file size is bigger than that of Far Harbor doesn't necessarily mean it includes more content.
Thankfully, fans won't have to wait long to see what Nuka World has in store. A new trailer for the game arrived earlier today, revealing all the various theme park attractions players will get the chance to discover when Nuka World arrives on Aug. 30 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The theme park is broken down into several unique zones that players can explore, including Safari Adventure, the World of Refreshment, Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom, Galactic Zone and Nuka-Town, USA. The DLC will also add new enemies, armor, weapons and the ability to become a raider, a first for Fallout. You can check out the trailer below.
Players can grab Nuka World for what is expected to be $25 or as part of Fallout 4's $50 season pass. Though Nuka World will be the game's last major piece of DLC, PS4 players can still look forward to the arrival of mods on the console sometime later this year. Mods are already available for players on PC and Xbox One, and so far, Bethesda has yet to offer a reason for the delay of the feature on Sony's console.