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New Fallout 4 DLC list with review and Release date, Watch new Fallout 4 DLC news and Trailers with Discount Price for PS4 and Xbox one.Fallout 4 DLC Release DateThere are six pieces of downloadable content (DLC) for Bethesda Game Studios' action role-playing video game Fallout 4. Released once a month from March to August 2016, each expansion pack adds a variety of different content, with Far Harbor being the largest in terms of additional gameplay and Nuka-World being the largest in terms of file size.

Fallout 4 DLC List 

    • Automatron
    • Wasteland Workshop
    • Far Harbor
    • Contraptions Workshop
    • Vault-Tec Workshop
    • Nuka World

Fallout 4 DLC Reviews

Fallout 4 Automatron

Automatron was the first add on in the Fallout 4 DLC List and it was released on 22nd March 2016. The story is about a mysterious Mechanist who unleashed a horde of evil robots including Robobrian in Commonwealth. The player has to hunt them down and harvest their part to build and mod their own custom robot companion. They can easily choose from hundreds of mods by mixing limbs, armours, weapons and abilities and can even customize paint schemes and choose the voice themselves.

Fallout 4 Wasteland Workshop

Wasteland Workshop is the second add-on in Fallout 4 DLC Series and was released on 12th April 2016. This add-on has a designed wasteland workshop in which you can set cages designed by you to capture live creatures like raiders to Death claws. You can tame them and can make them face off in battle.

Fallout 4 Far Harbor

Far Harbor DLC is the third add-on in Fallout 4 DLC and the second story add-on. The releasing date was 19th May 2016In the story, a new case Valentine's Detective Agency leads the player to a search for a secret colony of synths and a young woman. The player can travel to the mysterious island of Far Harbor from the coast of Maine. The island has a higher level of radiation which has created a more feral world. The player has to work toward bringing peace to Far Harbor by putting an end to the conflict between Children of Atom, synths and local townspeople.

Fallout 4 Contraptions Workshop

The fourth add-on in Fallout 4 DLC List is the second workshop add-on and was released on 21st June 2016. With this Fallout 4 Contraption workshop, you have Machines that sort, build and combine. The player can use track kits conveyor belts, scaffolding kits to construct some complex and crazy gadgets to improve wasteland settlements. The workshop also includes features like greenhouse kit, elevator, fireworks armour racks and much more.

Fallout 4 Vault-Tec Workshop

It is the fifth add-on on Fallout 4 DLC and it's the third one in workshop add-on category. It was released on 26th July 2016With this vault-tech workshop, you can create a massive vault to attract new dwellers by using the pre-war industrial kit and nostalgic furniture, lighting and even art. You can even change and customize you inhabitant looks with the help of new cosmetic surgery station and barber shop. You can also make your dweller ideal citizens by running vault-tech approved experiments.

Fallout 4 Nuka-World

Nuka world is sixth and final add- on to Fallout 4 and it’s the third story add-on. It was released on 29th August 2016.Nuka world is a vast amusement park turned into a lawless city of Raiders. The player can explore the all-new region with open wasteland and park zones like Safari Adventure, Galactic zone, Dry Rock Gulch and the Kiddie Kingdom. The player can lead and use the lethal gang or raiders to conquer settlements by bending Commonwealth to player's will.

Fallout 4 Far Harbor walkthrough Part 1

Fallout 4 Far Harbor walkthrough: Subsequent to picking up Children of Atom's Trust in Chapter 4, you would now be able to get to...

Fallout 4 Far harbor location

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Fallout 4: Far Harbor settlements

Remaking settlements in a lighted Maine with these Fallout 4 Far Harbor add-on workshop areas. Everybody that is managed settlements in Fallout 4 realizes...