Apr 22, 2016 10:22 AM EDT
"Fallout 4: Harbor" File Size Leaked; Last Add-ons Content Created By Bethesda [VIDEO]
Bethesda confirmed that "Fallout 4: Far Harbor" will be the last of the first wave of their plotted post -release of the game's downloadable content. It is one and the largest piece of content that the developer has ever made, better than "Fallout 3: Mothership Zeta," and "Oblivion: The Shivering Isle." Even larger than "Skyrim: Dragonborn."
How large is the file? Well, if this is SteamDB roster for DLC, which goes out up to 3GB, nearly the file size of "Skyrim's" last generation. This is over size of the two DLC packs for "Fallout 4" when combined together, it is very huge, Gottobemobile reported.
During the early part of 2015, Bethesda unfolded the details on it forthcoming "Fallout 4", DLC downloadable content which will be an add-on to new items, adventures, quest and more to a game that is filled with complex number of them.
The first "Fallout 4 Automatron" DLC released for PC, Xbox and PS4 in the U.S and other countries around March. The other two updates will arrive in May. Gamers have already had a sneak peek at the April launch of Wasteland Workshop, and they wanted to take a glimpse of "Fallout 4: Far Harbor" for Windows PC, PS4 and Xbox One, Gaming Bolt reported.
"Far Harbor" is number 3 of the first set of "Fallout 4" DLC updates. Bethesda guarantees more DLC in the following months; however, "Far Harbor" will be the last update of the first batch of content. What sort of finale it is whittling to be?
This news has given the gamers out there the most significant things they need to know regarding "Fallout 4: Far Harbor" DLC launch this month. If you are seeking into Bethesda's "Fallout 4" $50 Season Pass, keep all the details in mind. Find out more by watching the video below.
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