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.Read full description
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!
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Wasteland Workshop is the second DLC for Fallout 4. It doesn't bring anything amazing or mind-blowing to the table, but what it offers is solid for $5. There are plenty of new buildables for your settlements, including new lighting options and concrete structures. Also, this DLC introduces creature cages, allowing you to capture creatures such as raiders, super mutants, mole rats, and cats. Wasteland Workshop also provides the necessary components to build proper arenas, allowing for some truly riveting gameplay!
This DLC makes up for what most mods lack,real content. New building materials, new walls, sign making, etc, etc. They've really used the opportunity to address all the weaknesses that settlement building had before and now it's better than ever. However, i don't recommend this if you don't particularly enjoy building settlements.
Man, I thought that the original Vanilla workshop had a lot of content to play around with. I was wrong. Wasteland workshop takes this to a WHOLE new level, and in such a great way. They've added in so many new ways to build your house, with many new walls, bases, roofs, and preset buildings, all in wood, steel, and concrete. Some of the newest, and greatest, things that Wasteland Workshop introduces is a FANTASTIC new thing, and that is the Arena. Do you remember back in Oblivion, when you would fight in the Arena against a bunch of nerds who thought they were better than you? Well, now you can evenly match yourself! Go ahead and kill some beasties out in the wasteland, craft yourself a monster cage, build a massive arena, and let the battles begin! There are MANY new additions to the decorations and electronics, which really allow you to create amazing new buildings, add great looking furniture, light them up with great looking lights, and finish them off by adding a welcome mat. Honestly, if you own Fallout 4, Workshop Wasteland is an absolute MUST, especially if you're really into the building of your settlements!
Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop feels like a mod and it is difficult to tell if that is a good or bad thing. In Wasteland Workshop, you have a lot more materials to use in your various outposts, settlements, or whatever you create and build. The most useful items that are introduced in this DLC are the decontamination structure that removes all of your radiation, animal cages, and emitters. The animal cages, as their name suggest, house animals that can be used for entertainment or defense, and the emitter makes sure that even the most hostile of animals will be docile to you and your allies, including your non-companion allies. There are few things better than having a Deathclaw defend your base, and the sight of watching a Deathclaw become man’s best friend (at least when the emitter is active) is worth the price of admission. Buy this DLC if you haven’t installed DLC that does the same stuff. Friendly Deathclaws are always fun to watch.
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