A beta version of the DLC will be released by Bethesda before they roll out the final version. Fans will have to sign up for the Fallout 4 beta testing. Selection will be random and selected fans, at the end of the beta period will be able to keep the DLC for themselves.
In other news, Todd Howard, the director of Bethesda Game Studios recently stated that the dialogue system of Fallout 4 was not as successful as the other aspects of the game. He revealed that the developing team wanted to try new things with the dialogue system of the game and it is quite clear at the moment that the experiments did not work out as expected.
A mod was later added to the game to replace its stock dialogue system with a list of things that payers could choose to say. Howard stated that the developers have been continuously working on making the system better and trying to resolve the issues that are faced by the fans. He added that it is a continuous effort and it’s not as if they made the game and forgot all about it.
Courtenay Taylor and Brian T. Delaney were the ones who did the voice recording for the main character. Each of them reportedly recorded over 13,000 lines of dialogue and Howard was of the opinion that their hard work was not presented in the game in the proper manner.
Stay tuned for more updates on Fallout 4.