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The final bit of premium DLC for Fallout 4, called Nuka World, is out today. In it you travel to the ruins of the happiest place on earth, a Nuka Cola theme park built in the middle of a desert. A place where Raider gangs have set up shop and the park has become overrun with everything from ghouls to giant attack worms. In short, it's a fun, and entertaining send-off to a great game.

If you were worried that the only really meaty expansion we’d be getting for Fallout 4 was Far Harbor, you can breathe a sigh of relief. In terms of size, exploration, things to do, and creatures to kill, Nuka World is every bit as substantial as the grand adventure into the fog that was Far Harbor. But that’s where the similarities end, with Nuka World being both a way for Bethesda to let loose and have fun with the world they’ve created. And for them to go back to the Fallout 3 well, and bring back some of the things that the core game kind of missed the mark on.

Click Here to Read Our Fallout 4: Nuka World Impressions

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