Sneak Peek At Vault Tec Workshop Tomorrow

Vault Tec Workshop

Are you ready to finally build your own vault in Fallout 4? How about experimenting on it’s inhabitants? With less than 20 days left in the month, Bethesda has announced an exclusive sneak peek at Fallout 4’s next DLC, Vault Tec Workshop, which is due to release later this month. The exact release date hasn’t been confirmed yet, however a livestream will be held tomorrow by Bethesda to show off this much awaited add-on. The launch of Fallout Shelter, a very successful mobile game with a much simpler yet similar basis, shows the idea has potential. Vault Tec Workshop

On July 12 a livestream on Bethesda’s official Twitch channel will give us the first glimpse into Fallout 4’s newest DLC. Fans can expect an overview of the add-on as well as some of the mechanics and features. The only time Bethesda has indicated for this stream was 4 pm. Keep up to date on Bethesda at, official Facebook or their official Twitter.Vault Tec Workshop

This week Bethesda will be launching Fallout Shelter’s big update, along with a PC version. Some fans speculate this is both a move to build hype for Vault Tec Workshop and introduce some potential mechanics of Fallout 4’s add-on. None of these rumors have been confirmed, yet we can assume that some light will be shed on the matter soon. The Vault Tec Workshop is said to allow Fallout 4 players to create, decorate, populate and experiment on their new vault dwellers. Bethesda has kept a lot of the details shrouded in secret for now.Vault Tec Workshop

Fans who opted out of the season pass can grab Vault Tec Workshop for $5. This will also act as a stopgap until Nuka World, Fallout 4’s final big add-on, is released in August. Does this mean we might see more smaller add-ons for low prices? Only time will tell but it sounds like a good idea.

Published by Zack Harrington - Associate News Editor

A 'normal' gamer with passions for D&D and classic RPGs. I like to throw some tunes on and get lost in various digital worlds. Storytelling and shaping are some of my favorite things.