Fallout 4 DLC: Big expansion revealed, Vault-Tec Workshop coming next week

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Fallout 4 DLC: Big expansion revealed, Vault-Tec Workshop coming next week

Bethesda has just announced that the next Fallout 4 DLC is getting a live stream via official Bethesda Twitch channel, which will detail what fans can expect from the new content on offer. The official event will be broadcast this coming Tuesday, July 12.

The upcoming Vault-Tec Workshop expansion will be released later this month, and Bethesda is going to give fans a sneak peeks of the new content, showcasing what Vault-Tec Workshop has to offer for them.

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The Vault-Tec Workshop expansion will cost a player around $5 USD and has yet to be given a launching time, however, that may not be the case for the Nuka-World expansion. It allows players to create what Bethesda has referred to as a massive Vault, where players can then outfit their new Vault with a number of new items. Players can also conduct experiments on their own dwellers, an intended feature that should help mitigate instances of Fallout 4 companion torture.

Here’s an overview of what a player can expect from Fallout 4: Vault-Tec Workshop:
1. Attack new dwellers using pre-war industrial kits
2. Kits include retro-nostalgic furniture, lighting, and art
3. Run Vault-Tec approved experiments on your Dwellers
4. Create a massive Vault

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Published by Bethesda, Fallout 4 is an action role-playing video game and the fifth major installment in the Fallout series. Fallout 4 has made a smash hit in the gaming market, selling around 1.2 million copies on Steam in its first 24 hours of release. The game also broke Grand Theft Auto V’s record for having the most concurrent online players in a Steam game not developed by Valve Corporation.

In addition, the game also broke Grand Theft Auto V’s record for having the most concurrent online players in a Steam game not developed by Valve Corporation.

Bethesda’s Vault-Tec Workshop expansion will be available later this month for PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms.

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