close menu

Take a Tour of FALLOUT 4’s Nuka-World With Bottle and Cappy

Before you start packing your bags to head down to Fallout 4‘s Nuka-World, you might want to familiarize yourself with the post-apocalyptic wonderland–or as I like to call it, messed-up Disneyland. Bethesda finally gave us our first peek at the sixth (and final) Fallout 4 expansion, Nuka-Worldlast week, and today, we got another glimpse of the amusement park. Your tour guides for the day will be Bottle and Cappy, and if I were you, I’d pay close attention, because you might find yourself in some deep trouble if you ignore your gracious guides. Fasten your seat belts, keep your hands inside the ride at all times, and enjoy the video above.

As you just witnessed, Bottle didn’t have very much fun, because he chose to ignore the rules. Don’t be like Bottle. In the game, the park is actually a scary lawless city of Raiders. The good news is you’ll still be able to explore the new location that’s filled with park zones like Dry Rock Gulch, Safari Adventure, Galactic Zone, and Kiddie Kingdom. As you’d expect, this new expansion will also include new enemies along with new loot. And knowing Bethesda, there must be plenty of secrets to uncover in this deadly theme park. You can download the expansion on August 30 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Want a better look at the park layout? Check the map out right here.  I can’t wait to see what modders do with this new expansion, because it’s going to be wild! What’s the first thing you’re going to check out once you download the Nuka-World expansion? Which platform will you be playing this on? Let us know in the comments section below!

Image: Bethesda

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT Season 5 Will Be a Murder Mystery

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT Season 5 Will Be a Murder Mystery

article
Radio Flyer Announces Driveable STAR WARS Landspeeder

Radio Flyer Announces Driveable STAR WARS Landspeeder

article
Two New HARRY POTTER Books Set to Arrive This October

Two New HARRY POTTER Books Set to Arrive This October

article