They should just make up their mind already!
Last week, we reported that Bethesda may be looking at extending the post launch support for Fallout 4 even further, with more DLC packs in 2017. However, it seems as though if such notions do exist within Bethesda, they are nebulous at the moment, because taking to Twitter, Bethesda’s Pete Hines confirmed that for now, Nuka World remains the last bit of planned DLC for Fallout 4.
Of course, his wording is ambiguous enough that Bethesda have the door open to doing more DLC for the game should they ever plan to (though if they do, it does sound like it will not be covered by the current Season Pass)- that said, I really hopethat they don’t. It’s no secret that I was ultimately very disappointed by Fallout 4, and I would really rather them just moving on from the game as soon as possible and start development on The Elder Scrolls 6 already.
It’s not like they’ll be ditching the game prematurely, either, what with its extended DLC support and everything. Fallout 4, and all of its DLC, is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
@ChrisFast7 we have already said that FO4 Season Pass holders would get all the DLC we ever make, that that Nuka World is last planned DLC
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) June 28, 2016