Fallout 4: Nuka-WorldOverview -
'Nuka-World' is the sixth and final piece of DLC for last year's 'Fallout 4'. It joins other season pass content like 'Far Harbor' and 'Automatron', and its content can be accessed once the main character reaches level 30.
Many of the monsters are reskins of existing models or otherwise very similar, like the radrats and gatorlurks. There are a lot of new assets on display in the park proper, however, all in line with the awesomely cheesy Nuka-Cola motif. The park is also suitably impressive. Performance is smooth except for the Gauntlet and some of the different zones, which contain so many explosions that they bog down the framerate.
The caliber of the voice performances and sound effects remain at the usual high. Many of the raider leaders, like Colter and Nisha, are excellently performed. There is little in the way of new music.
'Nuka-World' is not the perfect swan song for 'Fallout 4', but it is a perfectly playable homage to our favorite post-apocalyptic soft drink and, to a lesser extent, the Commonwealth itself. If you have come looking for something new and fresh, you may be disappointed. If you want another reason to return to the wasteland for shooting, looting, and reading through Nuka-Cola corporate emails, 'Nuka-World' will scratch the itch for a time.
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