Bethesda's latest post-apocalyptic RPG, Fallout, is creating one of its greatest features, and it allows players to construct their own homes by utilizing junk materials that were collected across Wasteland. Additionally, they can also integrate infrastructures so that they can be used as an aid during survival like water pumps as well as its base defenses.
It is thus appropriate that the Fallout-themed DLC will be added to the world's most popular game, Minecraft. It was recently announced that the Fallout Mash-Up pack will be made available for PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Wii U, and Xbox One. In this DLC, the Minecraft's glorious overworld was turned into an irradiated wasteland. A press release indicated that there will be mutants, madmen, ghouls, and similar creatures that will soon be added to the famous block-building game, as reported by Game Rant.
The DLC will also feature 44 skins that are patterned on the most-loved Fallout characters, which includes Vault Boy, Jangles The Moon Monkey, and Nick Valentine. The Minecraft user interface will have a retro-futuristic look and it will be similar to the Pip-Boy. However, it might not be the same as owning a real Pip-Boy replica, yet it has a good touch which will be likely be appreciated by Fallout fans.
On the contrary, this Fallout Mash-Up pack will not come for free, just like the Fallout DLC added to Rocket League as well as the Fallout outfits that were added to Rock Band 4. It will cost $5.99. Its date of release is not yet scheduled but it might happen within this month. This might be disappointing for some fans, but many players are still excited for this new content.