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Nuka-World (DLC)

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Nuka-World
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General
DeveloperBethesda Game Studios
PublisherBethesda Softworks
Price$19.99
Release date
Xbox OneAugust 30, 2016
PCAugust 30, 2016
PlayStation 4August 30, 2016
Availability
Xbox OneXbox LIVE
PCSteam
PlayStation 4PSN
 
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Take a trip to Nuka-World, a vast amusement park now a lawless city of Raiders. Explore an all-new region with an open wasteland and park zones like Safari Adventure, Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom, and the Galactic Zone. Lead lethal gangs of Raiders and use them to conquer settlements, bending the Commonwealth to your will. Nuka-World features new quests, Raiders, weapons, creatures, and more. Enjoy the ride!

— Official description

Nuka-World is the sixth, and final, add-on for Fallout 4, developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks.


Release and availability

Nuka-World was released on August 30, 2016 for all platforms.

Overview

The final Fallout 4 add-on takes one to the Nuka-Cola Corporation's ruined theme park: Nuka-World. Gangs of raiders have taken over sections of the park, but also wish to expand further into the Commonwealth. After surviving the Gauntlet meant to kill them and entertain the raiders, the Sole Survivor becomes the new overboss of Nuka-World. From here, they may choose to sabotage the gangs so the power structure topples on itself, restoring Nuka-World as the trade hub it used to be, or run with the gangs, leading them into the Commonwealth and taking over settlements where lawlessness rules supreme.

Characters

Creatures

Items

Apparel

Consumables

Weapons

Weapon mods

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Locations

Quests

Soundtrack

Nuka-World introduced a new radio station, Nuka-World Radio, helmed by RedEye, with seven all-new tracks.
  1. Gimmie What You Got
  2. Quit Raidin' My Heart
  3. One Last Score
  4. The Legend of RedEye Part I
  5. The Legend of RedEye Part I
  6. The Legend of Atlas Part I
  7. The Legend of Atlas Part II

Achievements

The following section is transcluded from Fallout 4 achievements and trophies. To modify, please edit the source page.
Image Name Requirement Achievement points Trophy type
Raiding for a Living.png Raiding for a Living Complete 12 quests for any Nuka-World raider gang Bronze.png
Diebrarian.png Diebrarian Collect every issue of SCAV! magazine Bronze.png
Beverageer.png Beverageer Create 20 different flavors of Nuka-Cola Bronze.png
Hostile Takeover.png Hostile Takeover Establish eight raider camps in the Commonwealth Bronze.png
All Sugared Up.png All Sugared Up Defeat 40 Nuka-World creatures while under the effect of any Nuka-Mix flavor Bronze.png
Eyes on the Prize.png Eyes on the Prize Redeem 100,000 tickets at the Nuka-Cade. Bronze.png
Taken for a Ride achievement.png Taken for a Ride Complete Taken for a Ride Bronze.png
The Grand Tour achievement.png The Grand Tour Complete The Grand Tour Bronze.png
Home Sweet Home achievement.png Home Sweet Home Complete Home Sweet Home Bronze.png
Power Play achievement.png Power Play Complete Power Play Silver.png


Gallery

Behind the scenes

Key art

First art direction image for Fallout 4: Nuka-World. Needed to quickly convey the main themes and ideas to the team before any concept work was done. "Raiders & Rides" in a heavily branded Nuka Cola environment surrounded by wasted landscape. I also wanted to establish the main color palette knowing it would include plenty of the established Nuka Cola red.

DLCs are a riff off of the game so it seemed like a good base for communication to start with a riff off of my favorite key art for the game. I removed the player to show the DLC was allowing the player to reinvent themselves. To save time and match the rendered quality of the original key art I sourced most of my textures from in engine. For the park I set up a quick model in 3dsMax.

Special thanks John Gravato who painted the Nuka Rocket and Nuka Girl paintings used and supported the art direction throughout the DLC.

Mark Teare

Videos

Official Nuka-World trailer

References