Bethesda has developed a DLC for Fallout 4 that is going to make the game far more interesting and challenging. Ever since the official confirmation on the Fallout 4 DLC, fans of the game have been trying to find out what’s in store for them.
The first DLC of Fallout 4 released in March and was called Automatron. It released on the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC. In April, gamers saw the release of the second DLC, Fallout 4 Wasteland Workshop, on the different gaming consoles.
The DLCs have given a great boost to the entire content of Fallout 4. Bethesda has promised their fans that they will come up with a lot more DLCs in the upcoming months, but the third DLC that fans were eagerly awaiting, failed to impress. This raises concerns about the popularity of the upcoming DLCs.
The last two DLCs have given the game an interesting turn and the final DLC was supposed to add to the finale. Fallout 4 fans had vouched for an interesting storyline and foolproof gameplay, but things, unfortunately, haven’t been quite that smooth.
The third DLC for Fallout 4 is titled Far Harbor. Fallout 4 has been plagued by FPS problems in the past too, and it is very surprising that the creators have not paid special attention to that aspect of the game.
However, the level of concern is much higher this time, since most of Far Harbor is covered in fog, and the gamers are bound to lose their patience quickly if the game does not cooperate.
With the FPS limited to 20, the gamers are currently facing quite a lot of problems when the actual action kicks in, since, the game is unresponsive, leading to huge delays. The creators are currently aware of the problem, which is the only saving grace for the time being.
We hope that the makers come out with a bug fix soon, since, this is a huge buzz kill and the reputation of Bethesda and the Fallout franchise has taken a huge hit once again.
Todd Howard from Bethesda has revealed that the in-game world of Far Harbor is the largest landmass that the developers have ever introduced in a DLC. He also confirmed that the landmass does not have as much content as The Shivering Isles expansion pack that the team had launched for Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
The size of the in-game world has given rise to curiosity on the longevity and the content of Far Harbor. WCCF Tech has reported that the DLC is taking around 20 hours to complete.
A Redditor had reported earlier that he took almost around 20 hours to complete all the quests, and search for the map marker. He added that he had left out a lot of secret places, and it will take much more time to go through them.
The main quest is not very long, but the side missions seem to prolong the duration of the game. A player who is adventurous will take much longer to go through Far Harbor since he would want to explore every minor section of the DLC.
Another user reported earlier this week that on completing a quest, the game gives the option to unlock additional quests. Avid players of the Fallout franchise are well aware of how taxing the Survival Mode of Fallout 4 can be. There has hardly been a person to come out victorious from the Survival Mode.