Fallout 4 Nuka World DLC (downloadable content) was once advertised by its publisher, Bethesda, as the last extra piece of content of the game. However, new theories propose that there might be something else coming. Pete Hines, the VP of Studio Marketing has given a response to the investigation in a very apt manner.
For those who are living in the dark and missed out on the new development, one specifically ardent fan has noticed that Fallout 4’s SteamDB page was updated very recently. Under the section of DLC, there is a list for “SteamDB Unknown App” which was given updates about nine days back. This seems to be shown right on top of “Fallout 4 – Nuka World” and the other season pass content. At par, it seems that some unknown DLC might be on the way but how much truth is this backed up by?
In the event that Hines’ tweets are any sign, he’d get a kick out of the chance to make the presence of a reverberating no. In light of the surge of fan inquiries on the theme, he has repeated that “Nuka World was the last DLC” and “Nuka world was the last one.” After being coordinated to the SteamDB posting, he basically said “yeah I’m aware”.
@BROSKI_1234 as we previously said Nuka World was the final one
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) October 15, 2016
At par, it appears as though Hines is totally precluding the presence from securing more Fallout 4 DLC, however his particular decision to continuously tell his supporters that Nuka World “was” the last bit of content is intriguing. It proposes that possibly the most recent story pack was initially expected to finish off the season pass when it was declared, yet perhaps those arrangements have changed. Obviously, that is only hypothesis on our part.
On the off chance that Nuka World is really the end for Fallout 4, there are different ways the SteamDB posting can be clarified. With the greater part of its substance as far as anyone knows discharged, perhaps Bethesda is essentially get ready for a round of the year version on Steam that would incorporate the whole set at a solitary cost. Not just is that pattern prevalent for most recreations with a season pass; however the same was likewise particularly accomplished for Fallout 3. The posting could remain in for that element stuffed package. A little product of Workshop substance could be in progress as well. Something is totally happening with Fallout 4’s Steam page, yet it’s difficult to pinpoint what that implies.
Fallout 4 is available now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
What do this SteamDB posting and Hines’ enigmatic tweets mean? Will we see more DLC for Fallout 4? Let us know in the comments area below!