Get ready to explore more of the wasteland that is Fallout with the final DLC: Nuka World. There isn’t a whole lot of news about it unfortunately, as Bethesda Director Todd Howard is keeping a tight lid on the project. But some details were slipped out during Bethesda’s E3 conference to keep up some excitement.
Nuka World in Fallout 4 is said to be the equivalent of Disney World, and has more of a story focus compared to the other DLCs released before this. The amusement park is from the pre-war era of course, owned under the umbrella of the organization responsible for Nuka Cola. Given the time-frame of Fallout and how long the vault survivor was in cryogenic-stasis, it should come to no surprise that raiders have taken it over. And given that trying to make peace with raiders is like shaking the hand of a chainsaw, expect a lot of combat.
There will also be amusement park rides, too — such as Dry Rock Gulch, Galactic Zone, Kiddie Kingdom, and Safari Adventure. Whether these are rides the vault survivor can go on, or if they are separate areas to kill more raiders, is unknown. Not much else is known right now, though judging by the last story-focused DLC, Far Harbor, Nuka World can be estimated to be around $25.
We’ll try and keep you updated on more Fallout 4 news, so stay tuned!