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We're slowly getting to the end of the official post-release content support for Fallout 4, which is a sad thing indeed. Sure, with mod support Fallout 4 content will continue for years to come, but after the excellent Far Harbor we were kind of hoping for the same thing from Bethesda. Vault-Tec Workshop, the fifth bit of premium Fallout 4 DLC sits on the settlement building side of things, but as it will let you become the Overseer and build your very own Vault, and experiment on your dwellers in a fashion that would make Vault-Tec proud, we're pretty excited.

As part of the Season Pass, Vault-Tec Workshop is out July 26. And in the following debut Twitch stream from Bethesda you can get a look at what's included. It looks very cool. But then again, that's coming from someone who spent the last 10-15 hours of their Fallout 4 save building a three story museum with it's very own Deathclaw Cafe.

Watch live video from Bethesda on www.twitch.tv

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