Looks like Bethesda really like Fallout 4. They’ve already committed to more extensive, lengthier post launch support for the game than any other of their titles, but it seems like they’re not satisfied with that, either- they may want to stretch out support for the game even further.
To wit: the hastily announced at E3 Nuka World was presumed to be the final bit of DLC for Fallout 4, capping off the second wave of post launch content for the game (two waves were all that were announced). However, in a recent interview with IGN, Bethesda’s Pete Hines has hinted that Nuka World may not be the final bit of DLC for the game after all- in fact, Bethesda may continue support for the title into 2017.
“We announced three DLC packs [at E3],” Hines said. “Whether or not we ever do any more is really not up to me, it’s up to the team. We thought the last time that we were done, and this time we very well may be done. But for right now, these are the last three we will be doing, unless the team decides otherwise.”
I really hope not- Fallout 4 is ultimately, to me, a disappointing game, and I would rather Bethesda move past it and start work on The Elder Scrolls 6. It’s not like it’s not received a whole lot of support at this point already.