Well, this is a little disappointing. Bethesda raised the price of the Season Pass not too long ago and many folks thought we'd be getting a lot more content for Fallout 4. They showed off a great number of workshops and the one big DLC titled Nuka World at E3. You wouldn't think Bethesda would show off all that they would do right?
Pete Hines, PR for Bethesda, tweeted a few days ago saying that Nuka World would be the last DLC for Fallout 4. While Far Harbor was well done, I would have expected a few more DLC quest content than Automatron, Far Harbor, and Nuka World. I know that Far Harbor was rather big, but when you raise the pricing on the Season Pass to almost the price of the game, you kinda expect more.
I do hope Nuka World will be close to the size of what Far Harbor is then, but for now, there's a lot of disappointment going around at the news that we're not going to see any new DLC content past that one.
Guess we'll count the years until Fallout 5 is announced. 2023 perhaps?