Fallout 4’s first DLC Automatron for PC launches next week for $10

By: Radu Tyrsina
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Fallout 4 was released by Bethesda as the fifth major installment in the Fallout series back in November of last year for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Since then, the game has become immensely popular and has gone on to receive a few awards, as well.

It goes without saying that the game has a huge user base across the world, with many looking forward to fresh new content. Good news for all those Fallout 4 fans: Fallout 4’s first DLC, titled Automatron, will be released next week on March 22nd. As the name suggests, the add-on will add craftable robots to the game.

Automatron DLC comes to Fallout 4 on March 22nd

The game add-on will either be available by itself for a price of $9.99 or, if you own a $50 season pass, then it’s part of the deal. Automatron also brings a new quest chain to the game with the self-proclaimed Mechanist making its entrance along with its robots.

Have a look at the trailer below to see some of the potential robots you can build. The game is also getting new weapons, such as a buzz-saw staff and a chain lightning gun.

Once you get the new DLC for Fallout 4 on your Windows PC, let us know what you think of it in the comments below!

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