On Tuesday, Bethesda Softworks live-streamed the first hour of gameplay from upcoming Fallout 4 DLC Nuka-World, ahead of its much-anticipated release on August 30th.
The sixth and final piece of DLC for the game will bring players into an abandoned monster-ridden theme park, with new missions, weapons, enemies, and much more awaiting inside.
Note: While streaming hosts Grandstaff and Teare try to keep everything spoiler free, I suggest taking caution when watching.
The stream itself is an hour long and begins in the safety of Sanctuary, before hearing a radio message and eventually making their way to Nuka-World.
Nuka-World will launch on August 30th for the PlayStation 4 , Xbox One, PC versions of Fallout 4. Those with a season pass can download the expansion on the day without any payment barrier, whilst for everyone else, it will cost £14.99/$19.99.
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