Bethesda Announces Extended Fallout 4 DLC Plans, Season Pass Price Rising To $50
They’re only just getting started…
Bethesda today announced their plans for Fallout 4 DLC, which includes Fallout 4: Far Harbor, the single largest add on that Bethesda have ever worked on (and we know they’ve worked on some pretty substantial ones before). As it stands right now, the announced DLC for Fallout 4 is already substantial enough- others have charged far more for far less (Batman: Arkham Knight, looking at you).
But Bethesda are not done- they have even more DLC planned (the currently announced plans only go to May of this year). Throughout 2016, Bethesda plan to release content for Fallout 4, which will come to a total value of over $60.
In view of this expanded support plan, Bethesda have announced that they will be increasing the price of the Fallout 4 Season Pass from $30 to $50 starting March 1. Everyone who has already bought the Season Pass, however, will be upgraded to the new, extended support plan for no further cost. This same offer also applies to anyone who purchases the Season Pass before the price hike in March.
Fallout 4 is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.