The represent just the beginning of Bethesda’s post-launch plans for the RPG. In its announcement Tuesday, Bethesda . But now, marketing executive Pete Hines has teased how much more content is coming beyond what’s been announced, saying on Twitter that the company is planning “several more” expansions.
it includes more than just a the three. Several more.
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon)
The first three Fallout 4 expansions are Automatron (March; $10), Wasteland Workshop (April; $5), and Far Harbor (May; $25). In addition to these paid expansions, Bethesda will , while .
As announced previously, some Fallout 4 PC mods will be playable on console, starting with and then later for .
By comparison, Bethesda released five paid DLC expansions for . These were Operation Anchorage, The Pitt, Broken Steel, Point Lookout, and Mothership Zeta.
Given Bethesda’s “expanded DLC plan” for Fallout 4, the price of the game’s DLC pass will. Overall, Bethesda says it plans to deliver “more than $60 worth of new Fallout adventures and features” in 2016.
Hines also has confirmed that people who are Fallout 4’s expansions . Additionally, he said there won’t be a set schedule for when people will be invited in, only that .
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