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Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC Is Ready To Download

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Today, on May 19th all players and Fallout enthusiasts are welcome to download the new DLC for Fallout 4. From what we’ve heard, it is the largest add-on Bethesda has offered. Bethesda’s main goal is to offer all players, new and old, more storylines and a vast land to explore.

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The story of this DLC is placed in post-apocalyptic Maine and it really is one huge zone. Our main mission is to find a missing person, but the current situation in Far Harbor is not that pleasant. There is a war brewing between three factions: local townspeople, the Children of Atom and the synths. As always, you are offered a couple of choices. There are different paths to go and end this conflict, but ultimately it all comes down to us, the players, to settle it our way.fallout-4-far-harbor1-1200x624

 

Far Harbor awaits us with a totally fresh content, new creatures that see us only as walking food and new harsh environment with rough terrain, new weapons among which we would like to mention a big, badass harpoon gun and a new high-level combat armor called Marine combat armor which is the best armor you can get when outside the power armor.

If you already tried this new DLC, let us know what you think in the comments.

Written by Kova

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