Fallout 4's final expansion, Nuka-World, is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One owners. This guide explains how to start the Nuka-World quest in the game.
Fallout 4 launched last November to much excitement from the gaming community, but now, almost a year after its release, Bethesda has finished the game's post-launch DLC support. Its final expansion, Nuka-World, is now available to the masses, but like many of Bethesda's add-on content, some may be confused as to how get the quest started. For those that have purchased and downloaded the new Nuka-World DLC for Fallout 4 and don't know how to get things started, we've put together this short guide that will explain it step by step.
The first step is to make sure the latest patch for Fallout 4 is downloaded, as is the Nuka-World DLC. While this seems like a no-brainer, Nuka-World is the only expansion that is not automatically downloaded for season pass owners, so if one is having trouble starting the DLC, it may simply need downloaded. To make sure Nuka-World is installed, check the Add-Ons section of Fallout 4 to confirm that it's listed.
With those steps completed, simply start up Fallout 4 and look for a quest called "All Aboard" in the journal. This quest will ask players to tune in to a specific radio frequency, and then they will be pointed in the right direction from there. Please note that it's unclear if players need to be at a certain level (some sources claim level 30, though it's possible to start the Nuka-World DLC by traveling there without the radio frequency as a guide) or have completed a certain segment of the main story to start the DLC or not, so if "All Aboard" isn't appearing in the journal, try advancing further in the main quest first.
With these steps completed, players should be able to explore the Nuka-World theme park as they please, or complete the various quests tied to the area. Bethesda's Nuka-World livestream from last week revealed exactly what fans can expect from the add-on's opening moments, so anyone that tuned in should have an idea of what to do once arriving at Nuka-World itself.
Once players start and complete the Nuka-World DLC for Fallout 4, that will just about cover the content available for the game. Bethesda has confirmed that it is moving on to other projects now that production on Fallout 4 and its add-ons have ceased, so stay tuned for the possibility of the next Elder Scrolls game being announced in five years or so, or maybe even Fallout: New Orleans.
Fallout 4 is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Source: VG 24/7