The reign of Fallout 4 is coming to an end, with its final DLC instalment, Nuka World, being released today. The biggest of all the DLC maps (and a file size of 5.3GB on the Xbox One), Nuka World offers a new story for the Sole Survivor that’s similar in length to the Far Harbor DLC, which served up an additional 20 hours of gameplay.
Nuka World takes place in a giant theme park built by the Nuka-Cola Corporation, and consists of six themed zones – Nuka-Town USA, Galactic Zone, Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom, World of Refreshment and Safari Adventure. Of these, Nuka-Town USA is the only region inhabited by humans and acts as the hub for your quests.
As with most Fallout DLC, Nuka World begins as a radio broadcast. After travelling to the source of the transmission, you soon find yourself battling it out with a raider boss, and upon his defeat, are hailed as the new “Overboss” of Nuka World’s raider population. As Overboss, it is your job to unify the three raider factions that you are now in charge of. Known as The Disciples, The Operators and The Pack, these factions all govern themselves differently, however, they share one common trait – their love of violence and murder.This means that helping out the raiders will see you commit some pretty questionable acts, so if your Sole Survivor is the goody two-shoes saviour of the Commonwealth and you want to progress with this DLC, you’ll be forced to get your hands dirty.