During BE3, Bethesda’s E3 event, Todd Howard appeared via video to talk some Fallout 4 DLC. The game is getting two new workshop add-ons, and a ticket to Nuka World. Check out the video below for a recap.

2D Boxshot Wizard v1.1Contraptions
will let players craft contraptions of all kinds; like elevators, armor racks, weapon racks. 

There are also track kits and conveyor belts that will basically allow players to create elaborate Rube Goldberg Machines.

Players can get their hands on Contraptions next week.

fallout4_vault-tec_generic_frontcover-02_1465777762Vault-Tec will not only give players the ability to create their own underground vaults, but will also grant the ability to experiment on vault dwellers.

During the BE3 post-show, Todd Howard also mentioned that Vault-Tec isn’t simply crafting based, but will also contain something more story or mission oriented.

Players will be able to start building vaults in July.

fallout4_nuka-world_generic_frontcover-02_1465777733Finally, the last piece of Fallout 4 DLC shown off was Nuka World. It appears to be a pre-war amusement park that is still existing in the wasteland, and players will get to adventure there in this last story-based DLC for Fallout 4.

Todd Howard stated in the post-show that we’ll find out more about Nuka World soon before its August release.


For a full list of everything announced during Bethesda’s E3 2016 conference, check here.


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