Bethesda’s Pete Hines Comments on Fallout 4 Season Pass

A lot of Fallout 4 fans, (you know who you are, Vault Dwellers), must have been pleased when Bethesda announced their long awaited Season Pass plans, but it wasn’t without some controversy.

Bethesda revealed that they planned to update Fallout 4 more than they’d originally intended, and thus will be upping the price of the Season Pass from £24.99 to £39.99 from March 1.

Whilst it’s nice that Bethesda offered the 2 week grace period to buy the season pass at the original price it does force fans into a corner about making a decision on content they haven’t seen yet, if they want it cheaper.

Bethesda’s Pete Hines has taken to Twitter, however, to answer some questions. Firstly, he reiterated that they’re making more than originally planned, with DLC scheduled throughout the year, making the DLC worth at least double the original £25 price:

He also calmed fans by reminding them that if you’ve already bought the Season Pass, you’re sitting pretty right about now:

Lastly, he bluntly told fans that it’s ultimately down to the consumer to make their own decision regarding the price.

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Ashley Bates

Full time bearded man of Xbox One UK, and also a Senior Editor. Self-appointed Fighting Game Hype Man, because no one else on site appreciates the art of fisticuffs. Catch me on Twitter @donovan_ryder.

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