Bethesda is on a roll lately. After recently getting its first DLC, Fallout 4 is already set to receive its second one, Wasteland Workshop, according to a post on Bethesda's home page.
The second DLC adds some important new elements to the settlement-building aspect of the core game. Now players can construct cages to capture in-game creatures - or rather, anything that moves, which includes monsters like Deathclaws to human raiders and even cats. The captured life form can then be either tamed with a special construction, or set to face off against each other (and even fellow hunters) in a post-apocalyptic backyard gladiator ring. The DLC also adds more ways for you to decorate your Fallout home, with options ranging from new lighting to letter kits to taxidermy. Wasteland Workshop is coming to the Xbox One, PC and Playstation 4 on Tuesday, April 12.
Not quite letting fans catch a breath, Bethesda also includes in the announcement news about its third DLC, Far Harbor. Set in Maine, the DLC will be the "largest landmass Bethesda Game Studios has ever created for post-release content. Given that the studio has crafted whole island and world for its other games, we can't help but be exciting for the new experience. Far Harbor is set for a release in May. As a reminder, Bethesda Creation Kit - which allows you to create PC mods and share and play them with other platforms - also gets a mention with a release date set for later in 2016.