'Fallout 4' DLC release news: Vault-Tec Workshop and Nuka-World to be the final expansions for the game


Players of Bethesda’s “Fallout 4” will be presented with the final batch of downloadable content (DLC) for the game.

There were previous speculations that the developer will bring more DLCs to the title and fans were hoping that there will be more content for the game. Some were hoping to see some underwater cities for the world of “Fallout 4.” However, it was confirmed that there are only a couple more expansions in store for “Fallout 4.”

During last month’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), it was confirmed that the last three DLCs for “Fallout 4” will release soon. Director Todd Howard explained that the studio is not planning to bring any more expansions after that. While he did not give a reason as to why this was the case, he said that the decision was not up to him.

Howard stated that the entire team made the choice to continue with just three more expansions. The final three DLCs are Contraptions Workshop, Vault-Tec Workshop, and Nuka-World. Contraptions Workshop was already released last June 21. While Vault-Tec Workshop arrives this month, to be followed by Nuka-World in August.

Meanwhile, Bethesda revealed that they will soon release a new update for the game, which will fix several bugs and glitches that players have been experiencing. The upcoming update is said to address two main problems faced by players, which is the save progress for Survival Mode and Codsworth.

A new Exitsave option was added to ease the process of those who want to save their game data while on the challenging Survival Mode. It will create a temporary save that creates a file when players head to the main menu. When they return to the game, the file data will then disappear. This feature will work with all difficulty levels of the mode.

Other fixes were able to address the following issues: crashes related to targeting an enemy weapon, instances of a Companion becoming stuck while walking and unable to run, the “Mankind Redefined” error that prevents players from getting stuck in elevators, and the occasional issue where players become permanently invisible. Furthermore, the “Boston After Dark” quest now properly completes and dead settlers can no longer be assigned to supply lines