by Ben Petchey
Fallout 4 Season Pass content revealed
In a new blog post Bethesda revealed that Fallout 4 has been their most successful title to ever launch. It is no surprise then that Fallout 4 will be getting heaps of add-ons, starting with Automatron, Wasteland Workshop and Far Harbour.
Automatron will be the first of the add-ons to drop and is expected to arrive March 2016, though no specific date has yet been given.
Automatron will see players hunting down evil robots in the Commonwealth to harvest their parts and build their own robot companions. Players can even customise their robot's paint schemes and tweak their voices.
Next to release after Automatron will be the Wasteland Workshop add-on that is set to release April 2016. Wasteland Workshop lets players capture Death Claws and other dangerous Wasteland beasts and have them battle in an arena - you can even throw some fellow settlers in there if you're feeling extra evil.
Far Harbour is the last of the first series of add-ons Fallout 4 will be getting. Expected May 2016, Far Harbour will be Fallout 4's first story DLC. Yourself and Nick Valentine will be off on an adventure to search for a young woman and a secret colony of synths. Travelling to the secluded island of Far Harbour, you will face synths, the Children of Atom, and the local townspeople. This DLC will apprently be the largest landmass for an add-on that Bethesda has ever created and it will be filled with new faction quests, settlements, dangerous creatures and dungeons. As well as this, there will be new armour and weapons.
Bethesda also announced it will continue to release free updates for the game, and that Survival Mode and the Creation Kit are currently in testing.