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Fallout 4 season pass detailed

Fallout 4 season pass detailed

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Fallout 4 season pass detailed

 

Fallout 4's season pass has been detailed, coming in at $30 for a similar amount of DLC that Fallout 3 had, which was 5 add-ons. 

In UK prices this should means that the Season Pass should cost around £20, though this may change as conversion rates are rarely fair for games. 

 

Fallout 4 season pass detailed  

 

 Bethesda have said that they "know that it will be worth at least $40", though they will not go into any details as they say that it will spoil some story elements of the DLC and the base game. 

Bethesda have also said that they will be providing free DLC/updates for the game which will add new features to the game based on player feedback and fix any issues that players may have with the game at launch. Bethesda say that they will "We'll work with all of you to figure out what new things you'd love to see added to Fallout 4,".

 

 

Fallout 4, like it's predecessor, will also support modding with Bethesda's Creation Kit which will be released in late 2015 or early 2016. This will allow fans of the game to create and customize Fallout 4 as they see fit, hopefully providing players with as much additional gameplay that modders have brought to previous games like Skyrim and Fallout 3. 

As always with Season Pass content we do not recommend that you purchase it until you have information on exactly what the DLC for the game will be and when it is coming, as in the past many gamers have had to suffer exceptionally long waits for any worthwhile DLC. A big example here is Bioshock Infinite, where players had to wait several months before knowing when or what the games DLC would be after the game's initial release, leaving Season Pass purchasers very annoyed. 

 

You can join the discussion on Fallout 4's Season Pass on the OC3D Forums

 

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10-09-2015, 05:37:33

Quincy
$30 USD will mean £35 in the UK then

Still this has the potential to be good value for money considering the dev's track rercord for DLC for Fallout 3, Fallout NV and Skyrim but although I will be purchasing Fallout 4 I wont be getting this.

The season pass culture is poison in the gaming world along with things like pre-ordering

Further I dont fully trust the developer after the Steam paid Mods disaster for SkyrimQuote

10-09-2015, 06:24:34

TheF34RChannel
I've pre-ordered the game only because they had an offer on, but I won't pre-order anything else when they don't even know what the dlc will be yet themselves.Quote

11-09-2015, 10:31:03

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by The F34R Channel View Post
I've pre-ordered the game only because they had an offer on, but I won't pre-order anything else when they don't even know what the dlc will be yet themselves.
Given the time they have had I would imagine it's all done and finished dude.

I'll be in but not straight away. Want to get my time out of the main game first

If you'd never played it before and slap on all of the DLC at the start it would be a bit daunting.Quote

11-09-2015, 10:59:20

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Given the time they have had I would imagine it's all done and finished dude.

I'll be in but not straight away. Want to get my time out of the main game first

If you'd never played it before and slap on all of the DLC at the start it would be a bit daunting.
If the DLC is already done then they are ripping people off by not including it in the game, Little scandalous.Quote

11-09-2015, 11:10:52

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
If the DLC is already done then they are ripping people off by not including it in the game, Little scandalous.
We've had all of this before with Fallout 3 dude. It was even worse with FO3 because when the game originally launched it was quite badly broken without a DLC that you had to pay for (Broken Steel).

I don't think it's scandalous in the slightest tbh. With all of the DLC from the first two games (FO3 and FONV) I originally downloaded it free, then later bought the GOTY editions for Steam.

None of it really had any bearing on the main game. Mothership Zeta for example had absolutely nothing to do with the main game.

The bottom line for FO4 is that it needs to tell its story without having lumps missing like FO3 initially did. If it does? then the DLC is literally add ons you either buy or your don't.

Some of them were simply spectacular. Others? absolute poo. In New Vegas for example Dead Money was incredible. A tiny bit restrictive due to the collar (so a tiny bit linear) but wandering around a casino that had never opened had the most epic sense of desolation.

Honest Hearts on the other hand? was an atrocity. A gaming atrocity.

Personally I feel the DLC can be worth it (in the case of Point Lookout and Dead Money) but some are crap. None, however, should have any bearing on the main game and should be extras you can buy if you want to.

A little while ago I used to have a blog site where I wrote game reviews and my thoughts on games. Sadly I forgot the password (my meds were changed) and could never get back in. However, my DLC reviews are all still there if you fancy a look.

Please note I do tend to use expletives as I'm a very open sort of a person, so look away if you don't like naughty language..

http://motormouthbipolar.blogspot.co...c-roundup.html

Enjoy !Quote
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