Beta testers must also sign an NDA when taken aboard.
Following the announcement of Bethesda Softworks’ Season Pass for Fallout 4 increasing in price, along with details on the first three add-ons Automatron, Wasteland Workshop and Far Harbor, marketing executive Pete Hines continued to answer queries regarding the same on Twitter.
The reason for the price increase of the Season Pass has been justified as Bethesda adding more content. When asked if the Season Pass included more than the currently announced packs, Hines stated that, “It includes more than just the three. Several more.”
For its part, Bethesda has promised to deliver “more than $60 worth of new Fallout adventures and features” this year and current Season Pass owners would not have to pay an increased price. Newcomers have until March 1st to pick up the Season Pass after which it will cost $50 instead of $30.
Hines also commented on the conditions for taking part in the beta for these expansions, namely that, “You have to sign an NDA and must be 18 to do so.” It’s already been clarified that Bethesda will reach out to testers when it needs them.