First, let's see what we've discovered from watching the new trailer of Nuka World.
So aside from rides and raiders, the newest Fallout 4 Nuka World trailer has revealed some pretty interesting facts about the upcoming DLC. For those who scrutinized the trailer, then I assume that you've spotted a few interesting things in the trailer. But, for those who just enjoyed watching the trailer, then here's a few things you might have missed.
1. New Nuka Cola
The fist part of the trailer shows of a mannequin drinking a Nuka Cola but did you see what's behind the background? Yes! a honey-colored Nuka Cola! This suggests that we might be getting the Nuka Cola Victory from Fallout New Vegas or, the Fusion Cola from Fallout Tactics.
But, could possibly be a new Nuka Cola as there's a new achievement in the DLC called "Bevereger" which you obtain when you mix 20 different types of Nuka Cola.
2. New mutation of classic enemies
Have you seen this glowing Mirelurk?
Or these pink and quantum colored ghoul?
This is just a guess, but I think we'll be seeing some new mutations from the classic enemies of the game.
3. A new breed of Deathclaw
Speaking of mutations, Nuka World will feature a new breed of Deathclaw. Obviously it's a Croc Deathclaw.
4. New Settlement Items
Bored with your old settlement look? Then you can brighten it up a little bit with these new settlement items.
5. New Power Armor?
Is this a new power armor that protects us from electrical damage of some sort? Well, I guess we will find out when we finally get our hands on Nuka World.
6. New Paint Jobs for Power Armor
Aside from the rumored new power armor, you'll be getting additional custom paint jobs for your Iron Man suits.
This quantum paint looks really good.
But this Nuka Cola paint job looks amazing!
Have you spotted that woman wearing a necklace which appears to have a big ruby at its center? Well it's not actually a ruby. It's a slave contraption! Remember Fallout 3 Paradise Falls Slaver Haven? Yes! Those necklaces are first seen there.
So now, are we getting a story crossover of Fallout 3's Paradise Falls Slaver Haven in Nuka World? If we do, then hell yeah!
8. New Enemies
These creatures will great you in Nuka World:
A mutated cricket with a pointy horn on his head:
What's this thing called? Well I really don't care about its name. I just don't want this thing jumping in front of me. Creepy bastard!
9. New Weapons
When there's a new threat, probably there will be new weapons to stop them! The first new weapon is shown above (where that weird creature jumps in front of your character). I'm kind of curious what's inside that bottle? Is that urine?!
Here's an automatic rifle that has a shovel as its muzzle.
An electrified paddle ball?
It looks like these are the brothers of that alien that you killed in the UFO crash site and they have invaded the Commonwealth for revenge! Naaaaahh!
When you take a closer look, you'll notice that their body structure are weird. See the neck and the waist, it looks like they are made of metal poles of some sort. Wait? Are they...SYNTHS??!!!
11. A new villain
A brand new DLC is never complete without a brand new villain and I think that ghoul magician is the primary villain in the Nuka World DLC.
12. How big is Nuka World?
Now let's talk about how big Nuka World will be.
Nuka World will be the final piece of DLC planned for Bethesda's post-apocalyptic RPG, Fallout 4. It's also one of the largest, adding not just new features like the ability to lead raiders and conquer settlements, but a large theme park named - what else? - Nuka World. So, if you want to start planning your trip to the irradiated wonderland, you might want to take a map:
Okay, so it's not detailed enough to be useful for navigation and it comes from a time before the bombs dropped, but the list of rides and attractions on the side might help you decide which areas of the park to visit first.