Fallout 4 Nuka World DLC: VO Artist More Or Less Confirms That It’s Going To Be The Last DLC

I suppose that settles that, then.

Posted By | On 31st, Jul. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


Fallout 4 Nuka World

There has been a lot of speculation, and some confusion fueled by some mixed signals sent out by the fine folks at Bethesda, about whether or not Fallout 4′s upcoming Nuka World DLC will be the last bit of post launch content that Bethesda release for the game- for those looking at more of the kind of extensive DLC that Oblivion and Fallout 3 received, Nuka World being the last DLC Fallout 4 gets would be rather disappointing, after all.

But disappointing or not, it sounds like that will indeed be the case. Speaking on Twitter, Fallout 4 voice actor Courtenay Taylor made some posts indicating that her time with the game was not at an end- leading to the natural implication that the still unreleased Fallout 4: Nuka World is in fact the last bit of DLC that the game will see, or at the very least the last bit of story DLC.

Which is a shame- while Bethesda called their support for Fallout 4 their most extensive yet, I found it to be underwhelming and disappointing. With only two story DLC packs, one of which is still not released, and one, Far Harbor, which was disappointing, I can’t say I feel like my purchase of the Season Pass was justified at all.

https://twitter.com/courtenaytaylor/status/756657294503387136


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  • Gary McCray

    At level 148 Far Harbor was fun but very short.
    I’m hoping Nuka World has a bit more staying power.
    Nonetheless, I thought the Season Pass, especially when pre-purchased was a very good deal.
    And over all, Fallout 4 is simply the best thing out there.
    Recently been playing around with the Mods (did get to level 148 the old fashioned hard way though).
    Still all good things have to come to an end and Fallout 4 is maybe a little too familiar now and maybe it really is time to move on.
    Hopefully, the real 3D immersive VR stuff with the Oculus or the Vive will start to get some decent titles, if not it’s a long wait for the XBox VR (2017 sometime).

  • ILAM

    Slightly disappointed but allows Bethesda to work on different projects…

    BRING ON Elder Scrolls VI

  • super6646

    Was a borked game overall. Sad to see how little GOOD dlc its had compared to Fallout 3 and NV.

  • Adam

    super disappointing…..


 

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