“Fallout 4” is having its second DLC called “Wasteland Workshop,” which is expected to be released today.
On its official Twitter page, the people behind the game teased fans, “Ready for #WastelandWorkshop? The content is launching at 12 am ET (North America) and 12 am locally through European territories. Enjoy!”
On the other hand, fans located in Asia who play using new generation consoles will have to wait for another week, as the DLC is expected to drop on April 19 there as revealed by a follow-up post. Fans are generally excited with the news, with most of them looking forward to the newest addition.
“Wasteland Workshop” will give the players leeway to customize robots and build things from the items that they are able to scavenge. In addition to this, the new DLC will enable them to train creatures and have them go against enemies or each other.
In an interview with IGN less than a month ago, “Fallout 4” director Todd Howard admitted that they were surprised with the response of the players for the mechanics of “Wasteland Workshop.”
He said, “I think the Workshop stuff was the biggest surprise for us, in that… how many people gravitated toward it as its own game and are doing all sorts of crazy things with it.” Given this, it can be expected that the title will have similar customizable features in the future, along with the traditional challenges and quests.
Last month, “Fallout 4” received “Automatron,” the DLC that allows players to build robots made out of scrap materials. On the other hand, the game is also expected to have another DLC coming for next month, called “Far Harbor,” which is expected to be the biggest addition to the game.
“Fallout 4” was released last November and is available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One consoles.