Xbox One owners are going to be pretty chuffed with this announcement – they can now pre-order Fallout 4 DLC. Only problem is, nobody knows what it actually involves yet.
Bethesda recently confirmed that Fallout 4 would have post-launch DLC, much like other Fallout games before it. Now, Xbox One owners are getting the first swing at the piñata – without knowing what it’s going to be – with a £24.99 ($30) season pass.
It’s not that big a deal though, considering Bethesda’s track record for amazing DLC with their games. Speaking on possible season passes for Playstation and PC users, Marketing Executive Pete Hines only says that avid Vault-dwellers should “stay tuned” for more info.
The first batch of Fallout 4 DLC is currently planned for release in Spring 2016, but there’s no word on exactly how much of it there will be – though Bethesda expansions are usually pretty lengthy. Thankfully for PS4 and PC users, Bethesda have assured everybody that any planned DLC will not be exclusive to any specific platform.
Fallout 4 is set for release on November 10 and is currently available for pre-order with, or without the DLC on Xbox One, and on its own on Playstation 4 and PC.