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In a new trailer, Bethesda have shown off what the next and final DLC for Fallout 4Nuka-World, will look like. The trailer opens with a welcome message and introduction to the parks mascots, Capy and Bottle. The trailer contrasts the overly fun and optimistic vibe with the harsh destruction and death that normally accompanies Fallout’s wasteland. 

The trailer shows a variety of new info most of which is sang in a wee cheery song. So lets try and break down some of this information.

We are shown the different areas that make up Nuka-World. The first area of the park is the Kiddie Kingdom, this seems to be the tea cup rides and “house of fun” area, with giant plastic lollipops scattered around the area. 

There is also the Safari Adventures area where all the animals reside. The trailer shows a glimpse at some of the mutated creatures that will be encountered in this part of the park.


Of next to the Galactic Zone, as you can tell from the name this is the space themed area with robots and aliens. The robots we see are new models that are of course Nuka-Cola themed and the blue lasers and explosion indicate the player will be fighting them, hardly a surprise there.

Then the cowboy, wild west, Dry Rock Gulch. Here we see a stereotypical wild west town and get a look at a new weapon as well as a worm like creature that borrows into the ground. 


The last two areas mentioned are World of Refreshment and Nuka-Town the trailer doesn’t give too much away about these parts of the park.

New objects with a nuka-cola theme for settlement building will also be added along with nuka-themed weapons and armor. 

The full trailer for Fallout 4: Nuka-World can be seen below.

Fallout 4: Nuka-World is priced $19.99, which is cheaper than Far Harbor’s $24.99 price tag, first indicating this may be a smaller DLC. It is worth mentioning that Gamingbolt discovered the file size for Nuka-World is actually bigger than Far Harbor on pc. It is interesting that Nuka-World appears to be 3.66GB and Far Harbor is 2.7GB. With that said, size doesn’t always relate to amount of content in games, and especially DLC as sometimes other parts need to be included.

Fallout 4: Nuka-World is to be released on Aug. 30 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. 

What do you think of this new DLC for Fallout 4? Are you excited for it? Let us know.

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