Fallout 4 has been enthralling gamers for months now, and at E3 Bethesda announced that a few more DLC packs were on the way for the title. If there was something you wanted beyond what’s in those packs, however, it looks like you’ll have to turn to mods for it, because Bethesda’s Pete Hines says that these packs will be the last DLC the game receives. Two more expansions are planned for the newest Fallout title, Vault-Tec and Nuka-World, but after that it’s all over for the official releases.
You can check out the tweet where Hines confirmed this above. Fortunately, Bethesda has brought full mod support to both the PC and
Xbox One versions of Fallout 4 already, and a PlayStation 4 version is planned, though it has run into issues recently. Nevertheless, once the problems are worked out, gamers will be able to create and add in their own content to any version of the game; even if the DLC isn’t enough for you, there will always be more to do in this game.
Are you ready for Fallout 4‘s DLC to come to an end? Should Bethesda have released more, or are you satisfied with their offerings thus far? What other content would you have liked to see them create for the game? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
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— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) July 4, 2016