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  1. Earlier today, Bethesda launched a trailer for Fallout 4's next DLC 'Wasteland Workshop' as well as additional info on their main site. Wasteland Workshop - serving as a follow-up to the 'Automatron' precursor - from what we know mostly contains advancements in homestead design along with creature harassment. The package includes... Capture cages for monsters, animals, or humans alike: like Preston Garvey. Pitting of tamed, wild, or domesticated creatures as well as unfortunate humans (like Preston Garvey) in a gladiatorial extravaganza for the amusement of yourself, and your bloodthirsty settlers. OR unleashing of said creatures / hostile humans upon your unsuspecting posse for maximum carnage. Planting of... plants onto excavated ground on aggravating dirt-less structures: like concrete, house floors, or in the enclosure you keep your enslaved humans in. Utilization of groundbreaking technology like Radiation Scrubbers, Fusion Core Generators, or artsy Neon Letters for spelling "STAY THE FRICK OUT OF MY ROOM, PRESTON!". Giant elaborate deathtraps of all shapes & sizes (floor spikes, rotating wall blades, humongous rat traps, etc) used for big or small game: like Preston Garvey. Forgery of legitimate concrete or metal structures that lack the myriad of holes, and overall lack of quality by amateurish contractors. Looking at you, Marcy. Release a grunt when an active ceiling fan slams against your cranium. And finally, as Bethesda exclaims, "new design options for your settlements like nixie tube lighting, letter kits, taxidermy and more!" Check out the video in the spoiler if you'd like a more in-depth look at... whatever you're looking at: The Wasteland Workshop descends upon the masses worldwide on Tuesday, April 12th across the Xbox One, PS4, and PC platforms. Then, in May, 'Far Harbor' - a full-fledge expansion I liken to Point Lookout - approaches the Fallout 4 community like a tsunami. Here's to hoping Preston Garvey has an "accident" on the voyage to this mysterious land. Thanks for reading! Sources: Bethesda.net, Youtube This post has been promoted to an article
  2. Wasteland Workshop - serving as a follow-up to the 'Automatron' precursor - from what we know mostly contains advancements in homestead design along with creature harassment. The package includes... Capture cages for monsters, animals, or humans alike: like Preston Garvey. Pitting of tamed, wild, or domesticated creatures as well as unfortunate humans (like Preston Garvey) in a gladiatorial extravaganza for the amusement of yourself, and your bloodthirsty settlers. OR unleashing of said creatures / hostile humans upon your unsuspecting posse for maximum carnage. Planting of... plants onto excavated ground on aggravating dirt-less structures: like concrete, house floors, or in the enclosure you keep your enslaved humans in. Utilization of groundbreaking technology like Radiation Scrubbers, Fusion Core Generators, or artsy Neon Letters for spelling "STAY THE FRICK OUT OF MY ROOM, PRESTON!". Giant elaborate deathtraps of all shapes & sizes (floor spikes, rotating wall blades, humongous rat traps, etc) used for big or small game: like Preston Garvey. Forgery of legitimate concrete or metal structures that lack the myriad of holes, and overall lack of quality by amateurish contractors. Looking at you, Marcy. Release a grunt when an active ceiling fan slams against your cranium. And finally, as Bethesda exclaims, "new design options for your settlements like nixie tube lighting, letter kits, taxidermy and more!" Check out the video in the spoiler if you'd like a more in-depth look at... whatever you're looking at: The Wasteland Workshop descends upon the masses worldwide on Tuesday, April 12th across the Xbox One, PS4, and PC platforms. Then, in May, 'Far Harbor' - a full-fledge expansion I liken to Point Lookout - approaches the Fallout 4 community like a tsunami. Here's to hoping Preston Garvey has an "accident" on the voyage to this mysterious land. Thanks for reading! Sources: Bethesda.net, Youtube
  3. Recently Bethesda wrapped up their audio recording sessions for Fallout 4 and the final number is probably more massive than you were expecting! Fallout 4 is an upcoming RPG open-world action game created by the profoundly popular studio known as Bethesda, the game has been widely anticipated and may secure a victory as Game of the Year when it releases. As reported on IGN.com, the Bethesda Game Studios twitter page tweeted that they recently finished recording all lines of dialog in the final game, and that the number was quite shocking. Over 111,000 lines have been recorded, 13,000 of those being credited to the main male and female voice actors. This is more lines than contained in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 3 if the two were combined, which is astonishing! As to what the dialog will be and how it will all pertain to the story and side-missions remains a mystery, and that's exactly how Pete Hines, vice president of Marketing and PR, says the company wants it. Fallout 4 releases on November 10th, 2015 for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. All images and information sourced by Bethesda and IGN. This post has been promoted to an article
  4. Recently Bethesda wrapped up their audio recording sessions for Fallout 4 and the final number is probably more massive than you were expecting! Fallout 4 is an upcoming RPG open-world action game created by the profoundly popular studio known as Bethesda, the game has been widely anticipated and may secure a victory as Game of the Year when it releases. As reported on IGN.com, the Bethesda Game Studios twitter page tweeted that they recently finished recording all lines of dialog in the final game, and that the number was quite shocking. Over 111,000 lines have been recorded, 13,000 of those being credited to the main male and female voice actors. This is more lines than contained in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 3 if the two were combined, which is astonishing! As to what the dialog will be and how it will all pertain to the story and side-missions remains a mystery, and that's exactly how Pete Hines, vice president of Marketing and PR, says the company wants it. Fallout 4 releases on November 10th, 2015 for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. View attachment: fallout_4_vault_1.jpg All images and information sourced by Bethesda and IGN.
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