Fallout 4

The second part of Fallout 4's season pass detailed

We also got some new Fallout Shelter goodies, and some Fallout VR news.

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When announcing the first part of the Season Pass for Fallout 4, Bethesda said that it would only cover the first half of 2016, and that we'd get more content later. During their E3 press conference, the publisher announced three new pieces of DLC coming to Fallout 4.

First, you've got Contraptions, which will let you customise your settlement even further than ever before, and includes elevators, armour racks, and unique rube-goldberg-esque machines.

Next, there is Vault-Tec Workshop, letting the player build his own Vault, utilising its residents in order to help keep it up and running. The next bit of DLC was only teased, but it seems like the next new major expansion. All we saw was a huge theme park named Nuka World, which is presumably where the entire DLC will take place.

That's not all on Fallout. It was also announced that Fallout Shelter will be getting loads of new updates, as well as a PC version. Some of the updates include new quests, a new combat system, new characters, and the ability to explore brand new areas with your vault-dwellers.

Also, as part of Bethesda's VR announcement, Pete Hines announced that Fallout 4 will be making its way to the HTC Vive next year. Whether this means it won't be coming to Oculus as of yet, we aren't sure.

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