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Bethesda has announced the first 3 DLC expansions for the hugely popular Fallout 4. The expansions are called Automatron, Wasteland Workshop and Far Harbor. Automatron lets you harvest parts from robots that have invaded the wasteland in order to build your own companion and will cost $9.99 USD. Wasteland Workshop appears to be a battle arena simulator, allowing you to capture enemies and pit them against each other, as well as adding cosmetic items to the game. It will be priced at 4.99 USD. Far Harbor is the meatier expansion of the three with new areas to explore, as you head to Maine to investigate a mystery with Valentine. It will cost $24.99 USD.

Screenshot of Far Harbor
Screenshot of Far Harbor

It has also been revealed that the price of the Fallout 4 season pass will rise from $29.99 USD to $49.99 USD on March 1st 2016. The season pass will get you everything above as well as additional expansions that Bethesda says to be worth $60 USD. That means that if you purchase before March 1st 2016 you’ll be getting a pretty good value so if your interested in even just the 3 items above it might be worth it for you to buy the whole season pass. These items will also be getting a Beta that you can apply for on Bethesda.net.

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