Fallout 4’s second DLC, Wasteland Workshop, is out today for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, developer Bethesda has confirmed.
The DLC offers a range of new customisation options for settlements, including nixie tube lighting, letter kits, and taxidermy decorations. The main draw, however, is the additional of cage fights in your settlements with animals you can tame across the Commonwealth, including the ferocious deathclaws. You can also capture raiders and even order you own settlers to step into the arena.
“Stay tuned for more details on even more add-ons to be released in 2016 and on free updates like the Creation Kit, which will allow you to create mods on the PC and then share and play them across all platforms, including consoles,” Bethesda said in a press release.
Last month saw the release of the Automatron DLC, which added a new storyline based on the Mechanist character from the in-game comic book series The Silver Shroud. It added a new settlement and allowed players to take parts from defeated robotic enemies to create and upgrade new robot companions of your own.
In May, Bethesda will launch Far Harbor, which includes the largest ever landmass created for a Bethesda DLC. Leaving the Commonwealth behind, the expansion takes place in Maine. As Bethesda’s comment notes, additional DLC will be announced later this year. We’ll likely learn more about the company’s plans for Fallout 4 during their E3 press conference in June.
All of the DLC is part of the game’s season pass and can also be purchased separately.
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