Bethesda has announced three pieces of DLC for Fallout 4, all of which will launch over the course of the next three months.
News of this comes from the company’s official website, which teased three new pieces of content that players will be able to try between March and May.
First up is Automatron, which will be available in March for $9.99, and will focus on a mechanist who releases a horde of robots on the Commonwealth, which the player will destroy, salvage, and then create their own robots.
Wasteland Workshop will come in April for $4.99, which will allow you to create cages to capture and tame monsters that can battle each other or even other settlers.
The most expensive piece of content will be Far Harbor, which is slated for May for $24.99, which will send players to a Synth colony in search of a missing young woman.
Alongside these announcements, Bethesda has made the decision to increase the price of Fallout 4’s season pass due to the expansion of its DLC plan from $29.99 to $49.99 on March 1st. Those who have already pre-ordered the season pass prior to this date will be unaffected by the price change.
Bethesda plans to run beta tests for each of these pieces of DLC, which players can sign-up for right now.
For more on Fallout 4, check out Gaming Trend’s review.