Fans of Bethesda Softworks's hit post-apocalypse RPG Fallout 4 for the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4 will be getting even more post-release DLC packs than originally announced. However, that means the game's Season Pass, which allows owners of the game to get all of its DLC packs, will get a price increase from $29.99 to $49.99 starting March 1.
That's the bad news. The good news is that there is time to get the Season Pass for the lower price and still get all of Fallout 4's DLC packs:
Bethesda has also revealed details of the first three DLC packs for Fallout 4. The first one, Automatron, will be out in March for $9.99 for non-Season Pass players:
The second DLC pack, Wasteland Workshop, is scheduled for release in April for the stand-alone price of $4.99:
Finally a big DLC pack, Far Harbor, is due out in May for the price of $24.99:
People who want to try out DLC packs before they are publicly released can sign up for closed beta testing at Bethesda.net. Finally, the Creation Kit for Fallout 4, which will allow players to create and/or play user-made mods, is still in the works, with Bethesda saying that it will have more details on these tools soon.