Bethesda Softworks has recently released a first trailer of Wasteland Workshop, the second extension of Fallout 4 that will land no later than next week on PC and gaming consoles.
Following its release in November, Fallout 4 enjoyed a first extension, called as Automatron, available since March 22 for 9.99 dollars. Bethesda Softworks continues its momentum by unveiling a first trailer of Wasteland Workshop, the second add-on to its title.
Smaller than its predecessor, Wasteland Workshop will offer us to have new objects to build from a set including traps for our construction especially. These traps will also capture enemy like the formidable monsters of wastelands.
The most funny part is that the captured creatures will be drawn up and that, in view will also serve us as a defense for our hideout.
The Wasteland Workshop expansion will be marketed on 12 April 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, priced at 4.99 dollars (if you have not purchased the Season Pass). Recall that the third DLC Far Harbor will arrive in May 2016 and Bethesda promises that it is the largest extensions ever made by the studio.