The American video game publisher Bethesda Softworks announced on the social network Twitter earlier this week that it will live stream gameplay footage from the upcoming “Fallout 4” DLC “Nuka-World” this Tuesday, August 23.
Bethesda announced the news through the game’s official Twitter account, further saying that the broadcast will take place at four p.m. ET on its official Twitch.Tv channel. The announcement follows the release of the “Nuka-World” official trailer on YouTube last Monday, August 15.
The trailer gave a first look at the new DLC’s features, including the locations comprised in the “Nuka-World” amusement park expansion, further featuring new weapons, quests, zones, and adversaries roaming the facilities. Players will experience and explore the new area in full come August 30 when the DLC will be available for download on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
Bethesda rolls out ‘Fallout 4’ update ahead of launch
Bethesda Softworks has just finished rolling out update 1.7 in PlayStation 4, completing the latest major update across all platforms for “Fallout 4”.
The 2.4 GB update features support for the upcoming “Nuka-World” expansion, revamped building design options, and the option to delete add-ons without fully uninstalling the game in PS4. Besides this, “Fallout 4” received enhancements for in-game mechanics such as stability, purchases, weapons, accessories, items, and some overall performance issues.
‘Nuka-World’ will be the last DLC for Fallout 4
Since its release back in November 2015, the critically acclaimed game has expanded five times over through the addition of downloadable content pieces. “Nuka-World” will be the sixth and last extra expansion for the Bethesda-developed game.
March saw the release of “Automatron,” followed by “Wasteland Workshop” in April, “Far Harbor” in May, “Contraptions Workshop” in June, and “Vault-Tec Workshop” in July.
“Nuka-World” marks the end of the world-expansion in Fallout 4 this upcoming August 30.
Bethesda Softworks keeps working on other titles too
In attendance at this year’s Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, Bethesda Softworks had some impressive material for the show at Europe and the world’s biggest gaming convention. Highlights of the developer’s presentation included the much-expected sequel for “Dishonored”, the new space game “Prey”, and “The Elder Scrolls: Legends”, a mobile card game iteration of the beloved video game saga.
Although the “Fallout 4” world is coming to an end, figuratively, its publishing house has done a stellar job in keeping it exciting and alive. For $19.99, players on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation will get on board on the amusement ride that is “Nuka-World” starting this August 30.