Just months after announcing plans for Fallout 4’s DLC, Bethesda has revealed the first three Fallout 4 DLC expansions. Pete Hines, the Bethesda Softworks Vice President, has confirmed over Twitter that the teams plan to release the Fallout DLC packs for all platforms at once later this year.

This welcome news to gamers everywhere as Fallout’s similarly popular contemporaries like Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and Destiny lean towards time-exclusive DLC content. The also announced closed beta tests for this DLC expansions though are more ambiguous. Hines also revealed over Twitter that the applicants who have been accepted into the beta will only know when the team needs them, also implying that the closed beta test may happen without a public announcement.

The first of the Fallout 4 DLC content is called Automatron and is supposed to be released in March. It will feature “robots, robots and more robots” with the ability to build robots from scrap. Wasteland Workshop will follow in April and the story-led expansion Far Harbour in May.

There is one downside to the coming release which is a price jump for Fallout 4’s season pass from $30 to $50, a significant leap meant to reflect the content that will be released. Those who already have a season pass, however, will not have to deal with this price change.

“This is our way of saying thanks to all our loyal fans who have believed in us and supported us over the years,” said a Bethesda statement.

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