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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. Quakecon 2015 opened today with the reveal of a Fallout PC collection, and details on a Doom Multiplayer Alpha. The collection, dubbed "Fallout Anthology", launches before Fallout 4, and comes with 5 games from the Fallout franchise: all of them for PC. The games are packaged inside a replica of a Fallout 3 (or New Vegas) Fat Man Mini Nuke that has an "audible bomb sound". There's even extra space inside the container for another game in addition to the space occupied by the 5 games: specifically noted is the PC version of Fallout 4 (sold separately). Official images for the collection: List of games that come with the nuke: Fallout Fallout 2 Fallout: Tactics Fallout 3 - Game Of The Year Edition Fallout: New Vegas - Ultimate Edition The compilation releases in North America on September 29th, in Australia on October 1st, and in Europe on October 2nd (as Gamespot states). Gamespot claims it's 50$, but the price may vary from region to region. An official Multiplayer Alpha for the 2016 Doom reboot will be made available for selected players from "The New Order Beta pool" on the PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4 platforms. Owners of the physical copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order will need a Doom Beta code to partake in the Alpha (it's unclear if Beta codes are packaged with new copies of the game, or are received when picking up a Pre-Ordered version). However, individuals who own a digital copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order can get in without needing a code, or any form of credentials. The exact date of the Alpha is unclear, but it's certain that it will arrive in the "coming months", and before the Multiplayer Beta of next year. Anyone who Pre-Ordered Wolfensten: The New Order (regardless of platform) will be able to thrash in the Doom Multiplayer Beta ahead of the game's release in Spring of 2016. Head here to redeem any Beta codes, and find out if you're eligible for the Doom Alpha & Beta. Thanks for reading! Sources: Gamespot 1 & 2, Bethblog 1 & 2 This post has been promoted to an article
  4. The Fallout collection, dubbed "Fallout Anthology", launches before Fallout 4, and comes with 5 games from the Fallout franchise: all of them for PC. The games are packaged inside a replica of a Fallout 3 (or New Vegas) Fat Man Mini Nuke that has an "audible bomb sound". There's even extra space inside the container for another game in addition to the space occupied by the 5 games: specifically noted is the PC version of Fallout 4 (sold separately). Official image for the collection: List of games that come with the nuke: Fallout Fallout 2 Fallout: Tactics Fallout 3 - Game Of The Year Edition Fallout: New Vegas - Ultimate Edition The compilation releases in North America on September 29th, in Australia on October 1st, and in Europe on October 2nd (as Gamespot states). Gamespot claims it's 50$, but the price may vary from region to region. - - - - - - - - An official Multiplayer Alpha for the 2016 Doom reboot will be made available for selected players from "The New Order Beta pool" on the PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4 platforms. Owners of the physical copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order will need a Doom Beta code to partake in the Alpha (it's unclear if Beta codes are packaged with new copies of the game, or are received when picking up a Pre-Ordered version). However, individuals who own a digital copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order can get in without needing a code, or any form of credentials. The exact date of the Alpha is unclear, but it's certain that it will arrive in the "coming months", and before the Multiplayer Beta of next year. Anyone who Pre-Ordered Wolfensten: The New Order (regardless of platform) will be able to thrash in the Doom Multiplayer Beta ahead of the game's release in Spring of 2016. Head here to redeem any Beta codes, and find out if you're eligible for the Doom Alpha & Beta. Thanks for reading! Sources: Gamespot 1 & 2, Bethblog 1 & 2
  5. From the album: Tacos and what not

    Finished this a couple days ago, and was too busy to upload it until now. Whatcha think!?

    © joe_winfree on Instagram

  6. From the album: Tacos and what not

    I'm currently working on this. I started sketching this a few months back.

    © Jerk Store Grunt Incorporated

  7. There is going to be a Fallout 4. It was hinted that exploring the Mojave Wastes was fun. This means we're going to be in a modernized Mojave (More cities?) or maybe a similar thing set in Arizona maybe? What do you guys want and what do you think we might see?
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