After so many speculations from fans, Bethesda has finally revealed that upcoming DLCs for “Fallout 4.” The mass wave of reveals encompasses three of the DLCs coming to the game.

Over at Bethesda’s Blog, the developer showcased the DLCs that will be coming in March, April and May respectively. That means fans will hardly have the time to breathe before they’re hit one after the other with new content for Bethesda’s most successful game so far.

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This starts with the Automatron DLC (AU$16.95). Here, players need to hunt down a horde of evil robots that have been unleashed in Commonwealth, and that includes the Robobrain. Once hunted, players can harvest their parts to create a custom robot, with parts replaeale from weapons and abilities down to aesthetic paint schemes and voices.

Coming in April is Wasteland Workshop (AU$7.95). This creates its own little haven in the game for capturing live creatures and taming them. Alongside this, the DLC will also expand design options for settlements.

Finally, Far Habor, coming in May for AU$39.95, will have players going into a new quest off of Maine. The world that awaits has been tinted with more radiation than anywhere else, and a far bigger animosity in the people there. This DLC also reportedly has the largest landmass for an add-on, and that brings with it new quests, factions, creatures, dungeons and more.

There is one catch when it comes to the DLCs. Bethesda seems to have more plans when it comes to the DLCs that it plans to deliver, with the first three being just the tip of the iceberg. That said, the developer has now officially increased the price of the season pass to AU$79.95. The good thing here is that players who have already purchased the season pass no longer have to do anything.

Those who just thought of buying the “Fallout 4” Season Pass following the new content will have to fork over more to get a good deal for the planned US$60 (approx. AU$84.55) worth of DLC content. On the upside, Bethesda is offering players until March 1 to purchase the DLC for its original price of US$29.99 (approx. AU$42) before the price hike ensues.

Additionally, fans can also enjoy a closed beta experience of the add-ons. Signups are already ongoing over at the official Bethesda website. Players just need a registered Bethesda account to do so. Since it is a closed beta, not everyone will get to join in, but those who do will get a code to redeem the content. Again, one catch for signing up is that those who are chosen will get the add-on for free as the beta is already a full version.

“We’re also hard at work on the Creation Kit, which will allow you to create and play mods absolutely free,” said Bethesda in the latest update.

The developer has recently update fans, stating that they are also hard at work on bringing changes to the Survival Mode. Earlier this week, the developer announced the news via Twitter, detailing that aspects like food, sleep, danger and diseases will see some changes.