A workshop of wasted proportions.
Fallout 4‘s second bit of DLC, Wasteland Workshop, is out today at midnight- and you’re probably wondering how it even works. It’s a valid question- after all, with something like Automatron, you had to initiate a quest line to access the additional content. But Wasteland Workshop isn’t story DLC, it just adds new base building options to the game- so how will it work?
All of this new range of materials and options for building will be made available to you at any of your workshops if you have bought the DLC- it’s that simple. No specific quest marker needs to be cleared, and you don’t need to actively obtain the content, either. It’ll be there, in the workshop menu, waiting for you.
Contrasting with the relatively simplistic and straightforward DLC this month is likely to be Far Harbor, the single biggest bit of post launch content Bethesda have ever worked on- it involves a lot of new story content, meaning it will probably come with a set of arcane requirements to unlock it first.
Fallout 4 is out now with its DLC on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.