Starting in March, the DLC will begin to roll out with Automatron. According to Bethesda’s description, “The mysterious Mechanist has unleashed a horde of evil robots into the Commonwealth, including the devious Robobrain.” With this expansion, you can create your own unique robot companions with hundreds of mods to help you hunt them down. These mods let you customize armor, limbs, weapons, paint jobs, and even voice. The DLC will cost $10.The second DLC, Wasteland Workshop, allows you to create traps for all the inhabitants of the Wasteland. Everyone “from raiders to Deathclaws” can be tamed or made to face off with each other. Also included are a number of new design options for your settlements. Expect this DLC in April for $5.
Far Harbor will be the largest of the first three expansions. Included is a new case from Valentine’s Detective Agency involving the search of a young woman and a secret colony of synths. This will take you to the “largest landmass for an add-on” that Bethesda has ever created. Of course this also means new quests, settlements, creatures, dungeons, and better equipment. Far Harbor releases in May for $25.
Additionally, Bethesda announced this is just the beginning with more than $60 worth of DLC coming throughout 2016. Because of the additional add-ons, the season pass will be increasing from its original price of $30 to a much higher $50 on March 1.
This Fallout 4 DLC already sounds like it is going to be top-notch, but if you want a crazy deal, we suggest you get the season pass before March 1 to save $20.