Fallout 4's Nuka-World raider screenshot

After a whole bunch of DLC, some good, some not so much, Fallout 4 has reached the end of the line with Nuka-World, the sixth and final expansion. Throughout Nuka-World you'll be able to explore an all-new region of the Commonwealth, befriend and lead crazed gangs of Raiders in order to conquer the wasteland, and naturally, collect a whole bunch of weapons and equipment along the way.

If that sort of a description is simply too sane for you, would you instead prefer to learn more about Nuka-World from a sentient Nuka-Cola bottle and his friend Cappy? If the answer is yes, and honestly it should always be yes, here's the relatively recent trailer:


While all of that is well and good, I do bear some bad news as well. From everything I've read so far, the opinions on Nuka-World are rather mixed. There's the usual slew of bugs and glitches that follows each Bethesda game, nothing new there, but the biggest problem is that Nuka-World only supports an evil playstyle. Choosing the moderate or good options will often lock you out of quests, and worst of all, the majority of the real content in Nuka-World requires you to destroy all that you have previously built.

If this is something you're willing to bear with then Nuka-World should add a few more hours of fun to your Fallout 4 playthrough. However, if you're like me and love to talk things out instead of resorting to needless violence... well, I'm afraid this one's not for us.

You can grab Nuka-World from Steam at a $20 / €20 price tag. Have fun!

Nuka-World ghouls in Fallout 4