With the August release of the upcoming Nuka World add-on for Fallout 4, it sounds like Bethesda is done making add-on content for their most recent outing in the wasteland.
The word comes from VP of PR and Marketing Pete Hines on Twitter. He responded to a fan asking whether or not Bethesda was making more DLC after Nuka World with a brief tweet. Here’s the exchange.
@AndesDylan last one
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) July 4, 2016
From there, it’s not clear where Bethesda will go. They’ll likely work on supporting the original game and all the add-on content, but I don’t think fans should expect anything else substantial from the title. The extra content ended before the game was even out for a full year.
What do you think, Fallout 4 fans? Do you feel like Bethesda released enough DLC? Some of you paid $50 for the Season Pass. Was that expense worth it?