The two most recent pieces of dowloadable content (DLC) for Fallout 4 are awesome additions to an already great game.
Automatron, which was released March 22, takes you on a unique journey around the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to help your companion avenge her fallen friends and stop the evil mastermind behind the robot attacks, the Mechanist.
The DLC also included four new weapons, a new armor set, additional robot model figurines, three new pieces of tesla power armor, and of course, the ability to create and customize your own robot companions with the new Robot Workbench. This new workbench station allows you to create combinations of Assaultron, Robobrain, Sentrybot, Protectron, and Mr. Handy robot models and mix their body parts to your liking. To add the finishing touches to your new creation, you can then change their armor plating, weapons, color, and the sound of their voice as well.
To sum it all up, it’s a great quest line that gives you a reason to pick up the game again, and also gives you some new items along the way.
Wasteland Workshop is also another great DLC add-on. Even though it doesn’t have a fun quest like Automatron, it’s still gives you some nice content to add to your settlements. It provides you with a new category of the workbench list called “Cages,” in which you can build traps for creatures like Mirelurks, Yao Guais, and Deathclaws.
What sucks about it though, is that you need two perks to build what’s called a “Beta Wave Emitter” to tame the thing that you’ve captured, otherwise it’ll just cause havoc and try to kill all of your settlers once you’ve let it out. So if you don’t have them, you’re out of luck. But hey, at least once you’ve taken care of them you can mount them on your walls right? No? You don’t like taxidermy? Alright.
Well anyways, what I was trying to say was that this DLC allows you to collect components from fallen creatures and then create wall-mounted decorations of them to hang on your wall. Not just that, but it also gives you some new stuff in the workbench categories like new miscellaneous items, structure items, power items, etc. It is yet another great DLC that pulls you back into the game for a little more fun.