First Fallout 4 DLC out in March – season pass price increased by £15
Bethesda has revealed details of three DLC expansions for Fallout 4, and plans to run closed betas for them on console and PC.
It’s been all quiet on the Fallout front since the game released last year, but Bethesda has confirmed three separate DLC expansions, starting with Automatron in March.
The descriptions below are straight off Bethesda’s press release, but they’ve emphasised that these are not the only downloads to expect this year.
Apparently they’re now planning to make more than they originally envisaged, and so they’ve raised the price of the season pass from £24.99 to £39.99.
However, anyone that’s already bought the pass for £25, or buys it
for £25 before March 1, still gets all the content for no extra charge.Read More: Metro