More "Fallout 4" contents are coming soon as leaked images reveal information that pushes the likability that the well-received game for various platforms is getting a boost soon through DLC.
According to Tech Times, "While there is no official announcement from Bethesda of 'Automatron's' release date yet, images and achievements of the DLC have leaked online, giving one a glimpse into what to expect."
But even without the actual release date (estimated release: March), more information is coming in with regards to the upcoming DLC for "Fallout 4". Game Informer reports that the 'Automatron' will largely focus on the mechanized aspect of the game with some twists, "a villain called The Mechanist has released a horde of killer robots in the Commonwealth. Find 'em, kill 'em, and use their parts to create your own mix-and-match companions."
Think of the upcoming features on DLC as a way to build your personal Chappie that will most likely help you get rid of The Mechanist once and for all with its extra features depending on how many parts you salvaged and put together. Once available, the DLC will be available for $9.99.
Another sign that the DLC is finally coming is the recently announced patch work from Bethesda. According to Game Rant, "the update will bring the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases up to 1.4, adding several pieces of new functionality along with the standard selection of bug fixes."
"Automatron" DLC is only the first of three DLCs from Bethesda for "Fallout 4." The second DLC is titled "Wasteland Workshop" while the third DLC is "Far Harbor" and price for these DLCs are $4.99 and $24.99 respectively.
The second DLC is practically a small add-on for the game with death match feature while the third DLC expands the world of "Fallout 4" as the game takes the player to the coast of Maine for another adventure.