Fallout 4 DLC: 13 Things We Want for PS4, Xbox One & PC

Bethesda’s confirmed three Fallout 4 DLC packs for early 2016 but it plans to release more later this year. Now that the first two have come and gone, we want to highlight a few things we hope the developer includes in the rest of the Fallout 4 DLC for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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The Fallout 4 you know right now is a massive game filled with things to do and places to explore. In 2016, the game will get a whole lot bigger thanks to official Fallout 4 mods and Bethesda’s Fallout 4 DLC content.

In March Bethesda released its first Fallout 4 DLC, Automatron. Automatron is a $10 add-on that brings new quests, characters and enemies to the wasteland. It also brings robot companion customization.

Earlier this month, the company delivered its $5 Wasteland Workshop DLC. Wasteland Workshop is focused on settlements and creature taming.

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In May, Bethesda will release the much larger $25 Far Harbor DLC. Far Harbor will be the last of the initial batch of add-ons for the award winning game.

Bethesda’s also confirmed plans to release more Fallout 4 DLC in 2016. The company hasn’t gone into detail about what’s next but there are a few things we’re hoping for.

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Today I want to look at a few things we want from the rest of the Fallout 4 DLC. A few of these things have appeared in rumors and theories, some haven’t. After playing Fallout 4 for 200+ hours, this is our wish list for Fallout 4 DLC.

(Note: There are spoilers in here.)

More Aliens

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More Aliens

If you played Fallout 3, there's a good chance you encountered the alien spacecraft and acquired the alien blaster. You may have also played the Mothership Zeta DLC. 

If you've played more than a few minutes of Fallout 4, there's a good chance you heard (but maybe didn't see) an alien spacecraft woosh overhead. And if you did a little bit of tracking, you probably found the spaceship and encountered the hostile alien with the Alien Blaster. 

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Mothership Zeta left me wanting more. So did my brief encounter with the alien and his/her/its craft in Fallout 4. More background, more weapons, more encounters with aliens, alien armor, space battles, and moon battles. I could go on and on.

I'd love to see Bethesda expand on the brief encounter in Fallout 4 with some alien DLC. I don't need an entire expansion pack dedicated to it but I'd love to see some additional content (story elements, items, hordes of alien enemies) emerge in the upcoming DLC.

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