We’ve come to the end of the road. The end of Fallout 4 content is upon us. Pete Hines, the Vice President of PR and Marketing at Bethesda, has confirmed it. When a fan asked him about the future of Fallout 4 DLC on Twitter , Hines said Nuka-World will be the last add-on.
Nuka World is the the third add-on in the summer 2016 wave of Fallout 4 DLC. It was preceded by June’s Contraptions Workshop, which added more machines and gizmos to settlements’ workbenches, and July’s Vault-Tec Workshop, which should allow people to make their own vaults sometime this month. Nuka-World will add a Raider city based in an amusement park in August.
While it may feel like Fallout 4’ s add-ons are ending too soon, it’s important to remember the DLC support Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas received. The former had five, and the latter six. While some of Fallout 4’ s add-ons could have been meatier, as only Automatron, Far Harbor, and Nuka World really add more story, it’s important to note the effect upgrading settlements and creating vaults will have on the game.