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Here's All The 'Fallout 4' Raider Gangs You'll Rule Over In Nuka-World

29 August 2016, 12:43 pm EDT By Cameron Koch Tech Times
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One of the big selling points of Fallout 4's Nuka-World DLC is the promise that players will be able to become the leader of a gang of raiders and participate in all the questionable acts of violence that entails. Now, a new trailer for the DLC highlights the three raider gangs players will have the chance to rule over, and they look to be the the life of the party.

First up is the Disciples, described by Bethesda as being a "classic" raider gang, which basically translates to it being very bloody and violent. It looks like many of the raider gangs you may have encountered in Fallout 4 already, sporting thrown-together armor and weapons.

Next is the Operators. This group is far from your normal group of deranged raiders. It's a stealth-focused gang that apparently has gotten its hands on some fairly advanced technology, and likes to strike at its enemies from the shadows.

Last but not least is the Pack. This group looks to be full of the real crazies of the bunch. Members wear facepaint and animal bones, and Bethesda seems to imply that they're more than a little insane, which is certainly saying something when it comes to the rest of the Fallout universe. It looks and sounds like they'll call the park's "Safari Adventure" district home. You can check out all the gangs in the video below.

Each gang will have unique armor, which should lead to players having plenty of customization choices when it comes to the look of their character. This new trailer for the DLC also reveals a number of the new weapons players will be able to get their hands on. Being added in the DLC is the hand-made Assault Rifle, the Acid Soaker, the Thirst Zapper and the Paddle Ball. The Paddle Ball looks to be the most fun, as at the start, it's just a normal paddle ball. However, with a few upgrades, players can add everything from spikes to jolts of electricity to the weapon. The Thirst Zapper also looks to be a great time. It's one of the first new weapons players will encounter in the DLC, and it actually fires "weaponized" Nuka Cola.

Fallout 4's Nuka-World DLC arrives Aug. 30 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. It's slated to be the last major piece of Fallout 4 DLC and can be purchased for $25. Nuka-World also comes as part of the game's $50 season pass.

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