'Fallout 4' to Get DLC, Season Pass, and Free Updates in 2016 (VIDEO)

Bethesda's upcoming action title, "Fallout 4" is scheduled to get a Season Pass, followed by its first DLC, and free regular updates by next year.

Maryland-based video game developer, Bethesda Game Studios is on the brink of releasing the fifth major installment for its role-playing "Fallout" video game series, and it has announced that "Fallout 4" will be making a Season Pass available that will give players access to all the DLCs the game developer will be releasing for "Fallout 4."

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The company released the information on one of its blog posts, detailing its plans over the post-launch expansion support for "Fallout 4," including mods and regular updates for the main game which will be released for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Bethesda assured its followers the free regular updates won't be patches to fix glitches or perform tweaks on the game, but will come with new features which will be based on feedback from "Fallout 4" players.

Bethesda further went on to say they will be giving the players the freedom to tailor their own gameplay experience by opening "Fallout 4" to mods. Together with the DLC and Season Pass, it will be releasing a new Creation Kit initially for PC to allow players to develop their own mods and share them with their friends. The Creation Kit will eventually be released for Xbox One and PS4.

As "Fallout 4" is still currently in its end phase of development, Bethesda declined to release any information about the first expansion pack it will be launching, but did mention that next year's Season Pass will be priced at $30.

"Fallout 4" will be different from the previous game in that fully-voiced protagonists will be featured to give emotional depth to gameplay. The storyline takes place 200 years following a war over scant resources that ended with a nuclear holocaust that occurred in "Fallout 3."

The game is scheduled to be released for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 10.

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