Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop Crack/Patch

Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop With the Wasteland Workshop, design and set cages to capture live creatures – from raiders to Deathclaws! Tame them or have them face off in battle, even against your fellow settlers. The Wasteland Workshop also includes a suite of new design options for your settlements like nixie tube lighting, letter kits, taxidermy and more!

Download Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 52 / 100
User rating
1.4
Downloads 1088
Genre Role-Playing, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Bethesda Softworks / Bethesda Game Studios

Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop reviews ( 7 )

Napoleonicus, May 3, 2016

pfft people are pansies. Wasteland Workshop is a niche DLC aimed specifically towards people like me who like building settlements. Yea sure, you can get mods to have more stuff, but these items aren't necessarily just more stuff. These are more stuff, professionally made. which add more functionality, e.g. cages to capture creatures and create battle arenas, more neat electronics, lighting etc., to the settlements. Plus, people like me want variety. I've got this DLC on top of the other settlement mods from Nexus and Bethesda.net. I honestly believe people are complaining because they wanted some other DLC which works more for them rather than for some of us. But really, it's a filler DLC which not everyone has to have, but if you like settlement building, it's a neat DLC worth checking out. P.S. Consider while reading these reviews, the poor reviews usually are complaining about shelling out a bit of money for a DLC Bethesda ain't necessarily shoving down everyone's throats. They're complaining more about the method of delivery of the content, rather than the content itself, which they themselves mix up. If these were added free through patches, people would probably just start wanking to a picture of Todd or Bethesda. And while I agree to a point on these concerns, it is again optional and tailored to a specific demographic which I fall into, and I'm content with my purchase.

Brandybuck, Apr 18, 2016

This DLC is not for everyone, which is why it has such a low score. This should not be surprising. If one is not into settlement building in the game, then one should not be expected to find value in this DLC. This is the Hearthfires, or Gunrunners Arsenal, of the game. If one wants this kind of content, then it's great, but if one doesn't, it's a big meh. But if you do like settlement building, it's well worth the low low price. It's even included in the Season Pass. For the price of a burrito you get dozens of new lighting options, concrete buildings, buses, garden plots, pets, and much much more. PLUS death matches with honest-to-goodness deathclaws!

teatrees, Apr 15, 2016

I don't really understand all the hate. If you like working on settlements than you'll love this expansion. It's only 5 dollars. I would understand if the price was like Automatron but 5 bucks is not that bad. The arena is fun, the new traps can be great, and the new decorations/signs are great to decorate with.

MackyMuse, May 31, 2016

As a season pass holder for "Fallout 4" I was massively disappointed with this excuse of a "DLC" It adds very little to the game and the only good thing to come out of it was concrete building. The arena part of the "DLC" was broken, just broken and over complicated! This is just awful for PC owners, Mods add more than this!

Sjalka, Apr 17, 2016

So, umm - yeah... its a stuff pack that (on PC) has to compete with an active modding scene. - And it is loosing that battle - by quite a large margin. Although it certainly is rather cheap for a DLC - the content is hardly worth anything. In fact ... many devs might be ashamed to ask for money for what it offers. In fact - there are a lot of games out there that added A LOT more content in a free patch/update. And that is what Bethesda should be for offering this DLC : be ashamed there is kind of a conspiracy theory that says that the reason Bethesda has not yet released the G.E.C.K. is so modders cannot offer this type of content for free (and possibly better). Now - the story might change for console players. Those have not been blessed by the hundreds of mods that double or tripple Fallout 4 game content. For a console player - this DLC might actually be a 5 or 6 instead of barely making a 1.

MrCommonSense, Jul 27, 2016

Shocking absolutely no one this dlc is pure trash. It doesn't even **** work! The whole point of the damned thing is supposed to be for you to build arenas for settlers or hostile npc's to fight in or spectate and it doesn't work. You can do everything EXCEPT what this dlc was meant to do and that is host a combat arena and have people watch fights. Every time you open cages everyone turns hostile even when the pacifying machine is turned on (Which is SUPPOSED to keep hostile npc's from being a threat to your settlers). Bethesda is a joke. These imbeciles can't even properly code a simple DLC anymore!

Chapa9dj, Apr 12, 2016

Gigantic pile of trash that adds nothing of value to the game. It's not even worth it, not even for free. This is something that can be modded. Bethesda wasn't even trying with this, just trying to fork some cash from the players. Sure i got this when i paid for the season pass, but i expected better content, not this useless Minecraft tier garbage