Data Mining Reveals Possible Name for Next Fallout 4 DLC
Cernescu Andrei / 4 years ago
The Far Harbor DLC for Fallout 4 will be released this month, and while we’re pretty sure that this expansion will be quite impressive, it’s not too early to have a look at the next big DLC for this outstanding game. According to Bethesda, Fallout 4 will receive much more post-release content in 2016, and even though the company has not revealed anything about the DLC that is set to follow Far Harbor, a series of data mined game files have given us a possible name for the next expansion. A Reddit user named flashman7870 reportedly data mined Fallout 4’s game files and found a DLC named NukaWorld, and users have already speculated that this represents the name of a Nuka Cola themed Themepark.
Those of you who have played Fallout before know that Nuka Cola “used to be the most popular soft drink in the world before the Great War”, and since the drink is featured so heavily in the games through stuff like vending machines, posters, bottle caps, and leftover bottles, it makes sense for it to receive its own DLC. Another theory regarding NukaWorld is that it might be somehow related to the game’s Wasteland Workshop DLC, but we’ll just have to wait for Bethesda to issue an official statement.