Nuka World will be Fallout 4’s final DLC update and Bethesda wants everyone to feel happy and bid the game goodbye, with a bang.
The final DLC update will be inspired by a theme park and theme parks will not be exciting if it weren’t for its amusement rides and games.
All of those things are present in the Nuka World DLC update among other things. A recent trailer was released showing the fans of the game what they can expect with the upcoming update.
The Nuka World amusement park is divided into sections. These sections are the World of Refreshment, Kiddie Kingdom, Safari Adventure, Dry Rock Gulch, and Galactic Zone.
Each of the aforementioned sections brings with them a host of surprises for the survivors of the post-apocalyptic Boston.
Now, the new Nuka World amusement park is run by evil raiders. They want to get something valuable from you if you ever choose to explore the amusement park.
Of course, in true Fallout 4 fashion, you can choose to do two things: you can blast them with your gun and plow your way through or you can befriend them, turning yourself into an evil raider.
Also included in the Nuka World DLC update is the inclusion of some new workshop options, a new power suit, etc. The new workshop options will probably give you the ability to turn your settlement into some sort of an amusement park but that remains to be seen when the game fully launches.
Now, how big is the new Nuka World DLC patch? Well, the Steam Page of the game was actually just updated and it showed that the patch will come in at 3.7GB. That is roughly 1GB bigger than the last storyline patch which is the Far Harbor patch.
I think that this is a good thing overall because its file size indicates that players are in for a treat.
There are a lot of things that are in store for the survivors of the game and I am pretty sure that they are going to enjoy the last DLC update of Fallout 4.
Even though Nuka World is going to be a promising DLC update, fans of the game are displeased with Bethesda’s decision to discontinue the game’s feature updates.
A lot of them reference the previous installation of the game, Fallout 3, as being more robust because it contains 5 full-length story DLCs (as opposed to this game’s 3).
It is understandable since the company has done it before but Bethesda is actually now busy on two unnamed projects. If that is the case, I will not mind if the developers of the game release the final feature update of the game.
Even though Nuka World is going to be the last DLC update of the game, Bethesda will still release patches to fix bugs and improve the game even more.
The Nuka World DLC update for Fallout 4 will be released on August 30, 2016, and will be available on the PC, Xbox One, and the Playstation 4.