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Fallout 4 Season Pass to Include All DLC, Priced at $30

Fallout 4 Season Pass to Include All DLC, Priced at $30 - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 09 September 2015 / 3,425 Views

Bethesda has announced a Season Pass for Fallout 4 despite not knowing exactly what the DLC packs will contain at present.

What Bethesda does know, however, is that the Season Pass will cost $30 and will give access to all of the DLC that will be released for the game. All of the DLC will be worth at least $40 separately.

Besides major DLC releases, Bethesda also plans on supporting the game with "regular free updates". These updates will not only fix bugs in the game, but will also add new features.


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials.You can contact the author at or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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Arlo (on 09 September 2015)

I'm one of those jerks who waits for the GOTY edition a few years down the line, but if I was into paying for DLC I'd be happy that there was one price I could pay for everything, no questions asked.

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Kanemaru (on 10 September 2015)

Heeeeeere we go, and the game isn't even released yet.

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Namiirei (on 10 September 2015)

Goty edition later then.

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beeje13 (on 10 September 2015)

$30 seems reasonable for what you get. Arkham Knight was £32.99, not sure dollars price. But F4 seems to work out at £20.

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Sixteenvolt420 (on 09 September 2015)

This is one game that i don't mind spending extra for the dlc, which i rarely ever do. Fallout is one of my all-time favorites.

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JEMC (on 09 September 2015)

Well, most Season Passes are cheaper than the DLCs bought individually, so this is nothing new. What picked my interest is how does Bethesda know that the DLCs will be WORTH $40 if they don't know what will they contain?

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Nuvendil JEMC (on 09 September 2015)

Well they probably intend to follow the same plan they have since Oblivion. Some small DLC bobs (The various player homes from Oblivion and Skyrim (Frostcrag, Hearthstone respectively), the Mother Ship Zeta from Fallout 3), then some major quest DLC (Knights of the Nine, Broken Steel, Dawnguard), and then one major expansion (Shivering Isles, Point Lookout, Dragonborn). So they know roughly what will be in the DLC offerings. And it's usually some pretty substantial stuff, so it's DLC done right.

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archer9234 JEMC (on 09 September 2015)

Simple. They do know what it's gonna be. They're goal is jsut make a $100 game.

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CrunkE4 (on 09 September 2015)

Is this really news everyone does the same bullshit

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