Fallout 4‘s final DLC, Nuka World, hasn’t been released yet, and players of the game are anxiously waiting for it to become available. We now have a little information regarding the size of the file, and it’s pretty hefty.
When the Far Harbor expansion hit, it was the largest DLC the game had seen at a whopping 2.7 GB. That is larger than the Automatron and Wasteland Workshop DLCs combined.
Apparently, Nuka World is going to be even larger than Far Harbor.
According to a new database entry on Steam, the file size of Fallout 4‘s final expansion is going to be 3.66 GB. And with the content being set in an abandoned theme park being run by outlaws, it’s surely going to impress many of the game’s players.
Bethesda hasn’t given up too many details about the content yet, but we do know that players will be able to become a Raider if they choose to walk down that path. There are also going to be new creatures, weapons, and quests to keep players busy in the theme park.
Nuka World will also have the traditional Fallout open world structure, along with park zones such as Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom, Safari Adventure, and Galactic Zone.
Nuka World is scheduled to release at the end of this month. It looks like Bethesda has saved the best for last, so hopefully the final DLC for the game is just as exciting as it is large. Let’s just hope that the frame rate for this expansion is better than Far Harbor was for PlayStation 4 players.
The official trailer has been released for your viewing pleasure, which you can view above (if you missed it).