Embedded inside of the Automatron DLC, there's another Pip-Boy mini game for Fallout 4 players looking for more ways to spend more time in Bethesda's post-apocalyptic Boston.
It's called Automatron 2072: Planned Diversion Programming and it's located at the Fort Hagen Satellite Array.
To get to the Rust Devil Gaming Terminal and the Automatron cartridge, head to the Fort Hagen Satellite Array and start the Headhunting quest.
Soldier through the quest and then head to the satellite array's bunker, which will unlock at the end of the mission.
After defeating boss bot Ahab, head through the double doors in the smaller room near his chamber. There will be some construction equipment next to the doors.
Continue on down the large corridor and be ready for an ambush. Be mindful of the tripwires around the winding stair case and along the large terminal.
Head past the generators into the back right corner of the power, which is where the Rust Devil Gaming Terminal lies.
Use the terminal and insert the Pip Boy game tape into it.
For a bit of video assistance on how to locate the gaming terminal and a few tips on how to play the mini game, check out Camelworks' quick guide on playing Automatron 2072: Planned Diversion Programming below.
For those who've already spent a great deal of time in Bethesda's latest wasteland, the Automatron DLC might be a good way to get more mileage out of the game. It's likely that the digital mechanists out there may have the most fun with the DLC and the robot parts it brings, but Automatron also delivers four more quests and disturbing answers to a long-standing mystery.
"The mysterious Mechanist has unleashed a horde of evil robots into the Commonwealth, including the devious Robobrain," says Bethesda. "Hunt them down and harvest their parts to build and mod your own custom robot companions. Choose from hundreds of mods; mixing limbs, armor, abilities, and weapons like the all-new lightning chain gun. Even customize their paint schemes and choose their voices!"
Following Automatron, Bethesda has two more pieces of content for this batch of DLC. Wasteland Workshop is set to arrive in April, with the Far Harbor DLC schedule for May.