As previously announced, the third Fallout 4 DLC Far Harbor for Xbox One, PS4, and PC arrived May 19th – and it’s so large that you might need a guide to explore it!
Gamespot wrote that Far Harbor “is set in a post-apocalyptic version of Maine's Bar Harbor.” It has the largest mass ever created by Bethesda as add-on content. With Far Harbor, players can get new missions, creatures, weapons, and more.
"Far Harbor will take you on a journey that's a far cry from the Commonwealth," said Bethesda.
According to Kotaku, a quest that is considered useless in Fallout 4 now finally made sense in Far Harbor. It’s like a lost puzzle piece that finally found its place in the new DLC. Any idea what is it?
While playing Fallout 4 have you been offered a “charge card” by Parker Quinn while wandering around the Fallout 4’s adaptation of South Boston? It is supposed to be a new currency that will replace caps but in the Commonwealth, nobody will accept it. Here’s a footage of that Parker Quinn encounter in case you can’t recall it.
Did you notice Parker Quinn’s New England accent?
Kotaku pointed out that the newly released Fallout 4 DLC Far Harbor can also be called Fallout: New England Edition. Why? Because the grouchy fishermen inhabiting an island speak with classic New England accent! And of course, the charge card is the currency there!
Amazing isn’t it? What players thought to be useless is not useless at all! Since he was the one who’s offering the charge card, it can be assumed that Parker Quinn came from Far Harbor. Watch the video below courtesy of Kotaku to check for yourself.
In case you haven’t heard, Fallout 4 mods for Xbox One are coming this month and the PS4 will be available in June. Bethesda also announced that additional add-ons will be release in the later part of 2016.
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