Fallout 4's next DLC revealed

Fallout 4's next DLC revealed

The developers at Bethesda Softworks release a making of video for Fallout 4's forthcoming Far Harbor DLC, with the clip detailing the area, story, and more. The island of Far Harbor itself is said to be one of the largest landmasses that the team has created in any Bethesda title to date.

Fallout 4's Far Harbor is what we would have called, in the days of Oblivion's Shivering Isles, a full-blown expansion.

According to a post made in Twitter by Bethesda Studios, they boasted that a few weeks after releasing their modding tools for "Fallout 4" in the PC, more than a million mod downloads has been made.

Buried within the game's code is a reference to DLCNukaWorld.esm. iDigitalTimes points out that Bethesda commonly uses.esm files as main game files.

Far Harbor is the third of the initial set of Fallout 4 DLC add-ons. The best guess is that the company may announce the new expansion at Bethesda's E3 2016 press conference this June.

Moreover, some "Fallout 4" players have related the leaked details with the previously launched Wasteland Workshop DLC.

One reddit user by the name of Flashman7870 took a look at the game files for Fallout 4 and came across a mention of something relating to "Nuka World". With a rocky terrain and dramatic coastline, players will need to be more of a "survivalist" to survive in this harsh environment. Both Automatron and Wasteland Workshop were greeted with lukewarm reviews, with the former receiving quite a bit of criticism for its lack of depth.

Season Pass owners will of course get the DLC for free while the rest of us will have to get out bottle caps out. With this, fans have started speculating that the upcoming "Fallout 4" DLC update is based on a Nuka Cola theme park.