'Fallout 4' DLC, Xbox One Mod Leaked: Release Date, Specs & Prices
Bethesda Softworks has recently been hush-hush about the new downloadable update for "Fallout 4" for Xbox One. However, in an official Twitter post, Xbox One users will finally get their hands to shoot it out in another altered mod that is on closed beta which will be a downloadable content (DLC) on May 19. Bethesda previously made it public that another platform DLC will be available for PS4 later in June.
"We've hit 1 million Mod downloads already on PC! Console coming soon, closed Beta for #Xbox Mods after #FarHarbor."
The company made it clear that this update will be a more improved version of the March DLC called "Automatron" and the April DLC of "Wasteland Workshop." It should also be noted that the coming out of Fallout 4" Far Harbor DLC will tackle some unanswered side notes to the upcoming release.
The Fallout franchise has been the center of a hefty amount of mods that has incorporated entries from "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" to Metal Gear Solid V. For music aficionados, the infamous and dearly departed Notorious B.I.G. even made an appearance in the post-apocalyptic world cued by his songs. Other modifications that have been included are from Thomas the Tank Engine to the usage of the Star Wars' lightsaber.
News has also been brewing for Far Harbor, according to The Bit Bag, an underwater gameplay has been speculated due to an uncovered a squad-like creature that looks like an underwater component in the trailer. Even though the trailer did not show any actual underwater gameplay, fans believe that is it is highly possible. One could also see a player's clip wearing a Scuba suit and slowing paddling into the water.
Not only are the fans looking forward to the underwater content, they are also excited about the Children of Atom, a radiation-loving cult, featured in several other "Fallout" games. The Children of Atom was specifically featured in "Fallout 4" Far Harbor DLC trailer that led many fans to believe that it may be the core story behind the narrative.