There was plenty more to digest during Bethesda’s E3 2016 conference. Such as Fallout 4 DLC will release regularly over the next few months.
Next week, Contraptions Workshop will add elevators, sorting machines, conveyor belts, and all sorts of other fun things allowing players to build elaborate contraptions.
Following in July, the Vault-tec Workshop update will let you build your own vaults. In August, a more substantial pack called Nuka-World will allow players to explore an amusement park. It includes story missions as well as new Workshop items.
Bethesda also announced a VR version of Fallout 4 is coming via the HTC Vive in 2017, and confirmed Fallout Shelter is on the way to PC along with a major update.