In just a few weeks – by the end of this month, at any rate – we will finally be playing the eagerly anticipated Fallout 4: Nuka World, the final bit of DLC that Bethesda currently plan to release for Fallout 4, which launched in November last year. There’s been a lot of speculation about the mysterious and enigmatic DLC pack, of which nothing is currently known- but some of the ‘hard’ stuff tends to get ignored in all this discussion.
Hard stuff like simple logistics, logistics which could also clue us in on some more exciting details, potentially. Such as, what is the file size of Fallout 4: Nuka World? Thanks to a Steam Database entry, we now know- on average (taken from the file size for the DLC across its multiple language releases), Nuka World appears to be 3.66GB.
Notably, this is a fair bit bigger than than Fallout 4 Far Harbor, which came in at nearly 2.7GB, so the possibility exists that this will be a DLC pack even more extensive than that one, though we must stress that file sizes are often not necessarily indicative of game content- look at No Man’s Sky, which is just 6GB, but has an entire universe’s worth of content.