Last year, Bethesda began selling the Fallout 4 season pass. None of the game’s downloadable content was actually detailed (as Bethesda was still working on it) and the company did catch flak for selling something to fans while specifics were still up in the air. Undeterred, Bethesda promised that the first bit of paid-for content would be out in early 2016.
Early 2016 is now here and, true to its word, Bethesda has now revealed details on Fallout 4‘s DLC as well as rough release windows for when we can expect that content to land. There is more controversy, however, as the company as also announced a price hike for the game’s season pass.