6 'Fallout 4' Nuka-World Spoilers Before Its Release Day

"Fallout 4 Nuka World" DLC, the sixth and final expansion pack of the game, will be revealed by Bethesda through a demo during a livestream Aug. 23, today. The stream is suggested to be hosted by Bethesda's Twitch Channel as announced in the official Twitter account of the game. Fans should expect the new DLC demo at 9pm BST, 4pm ET and 1pm PT.

Other major spoilers, include:

  1. The final "Fallout 4" DLC is set in Nuka World and will feature new weapons, new challenges, as well as the chance to play the role of a commanding Raider.

  2. Nuka World is revealed to be a once thriving amusement park that is now turned into Raider-run city.

  3. "Fallout 4 Nuka-World" DLC will reportedly require players to explore an all-new region with a wasteland and park zones.

  4. The Nuka World theme park is also divided into zones such as Safari Adventure, Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom and the Galactic Zone.

  5. The background soundtrack of each zones is a horrifying tune of the song "It's A Small World After All."

  6. "Fallout 4 Nuka World" DLC theme park is also suggested to have residents in the form of Ghouls and Deathclaws.

Meanwhile, Bethesda had previously released the massive "Far Harbor" DLC in May. However, only PC and Xbox One "Fallout 4" mods were released. Now that "Fallout 4 Nuka World" is coming in hours, gamers are reportedly hoping that "Fallout 4" mods for PS4 would also be released soon.

Bethesda first outlined its plan about the next three pieces of "Fallout 4" DLC at E3 Event 2016 in June. The rest of the DLCs released by Bethesda before the final "Fallout 4 Nuka World" DLC includes "Contraptions Workshop" DLC that was released on June 21 and the "Vault-Tec Workshop" DLC released on July 26.

"Fallout 4 Nuka World" DLC is suggested to cost around £14.99 or $19.99. The final DLC is set to be released on Aug. 30 to PS4, Xbox One and PC. Watch "Fallout 4 Nuka World" Trailer at E3 2016 here.

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