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Fallout 4 Underwater DLC Revealed | Shit Casual

Fallout 4 Underwater DLC Revealed

Fallout 4 was released to bloodthirsty gamers last month and has been one of the biggest successes of the year, but NOW you can build under water!


It would appear that the miles and miles of things to do above-ground in Fallout 4 is clearly not enough for creators Bethesda Game Studios.

The company behind Fallout 4 have now announced that there is much more on the way with a full underwater expansion DLC pack coming in the spring after an earlier “leak” this month.

This is what every gamer has been waiting for and its been suggested that you are even going to be able to build submerged bases in the ocean depths.

 

Fallout 4 Underwater DLC will allow you to build boat homes

Fallout 4 Underwater DLC will allow you to build boat homes

 

Players in the world can already swim underwater and interact with objects that may or may not be hidden in the depths but now you can build too.

A spokesperson for Bethesda said in a statement;

 

“This is going to be one of the most exciting times for a Fallout 4 player, as you will soon be able to create worlds under the ocean and not just on sand”

 

The game is currently playable on Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4, however there has been talk that this new DLC may also bring the game closer to a Nintendo Wii release.

The new DLC is also expected to feature a vast array of new monsters, including fish, eels and squid, with most of the creatures being armed to the teeth.

 

Fallout 4 without an ocean is now not an option, forcing players to jump in

Fallout 4 without an ocean is now not an option, forcing players to jump in

 

The new DLC which is rumoured to be titled “Submergence” is expected to release in March 2016, although this could be delayed by leaks.

Gamers in the series had asked for the ocean to be removed from the game entirely, citing it was too big, however it now looks to have been expanded to 75% of the game.

Shit Casual will continue to monitor developments in the DLC expansion