Fallout 4 has been around for a few months now but the team at Bethesda still has plenty of content left to deliver via DLC.
The next pack to come from the team is called Far Harbor and it will arrive on consoles and PC and is set for launch in just a few short days, on the 19th of May.
Bethesda has said that this pack will be the largest DLC offering they've ever released, with the biggest landmass and loads to do. Now that we are so close to release, some members of the public have had the chance to play the game and they're talking about some basic details.
According to wccftech there will be around 20 hours of gameplay when you include the main story, sidequests and areas to investigate. That's a lot to be getting on with, and you can be sure many gamers will get even more time out of the material.
We're also hearing that a lot of atmosphere has been added to the game, with mist and fog and darkness used to great effect. And a few commenters are saying that's its genuinely scary, more so that Fallout 3's Point Lookout - which is saying something.
It sounds like this is going to be a real triumph for Bethesda, and this is a great month for DLC with extra content for The Witcher 3 also coming along at the end of May 2016.