Fallout 4 "Automatron" DLC Achievement Details and Images Emerge
The robot-themed Automatron arrives this month.
Fallout 4's Automatron expansion, the game's first add-on, is due to arrive later this month. While Bethesda has not yet announced when it's coming, we do know it will involve robots. And now, more details about the expansion's five achievements have emerged, thanks to a report from Game Informer today.
The site reports that there will be five achievements in all to unlock (three of which appear to be related to story missions), worth 100 points of Gamerscore on Xbox One. The names of the achievements leaked in February, but at the time, there were no descriptions of what you needed to do to unlock them.
The achievement names and their descriptions can be seen below. Head to Game Informer to see all the images for the achievements, but note that since they are not yet officially available, the colors aren't right.
Robot Hunter (20 Points)
- Unlock 10 Robot Mods
Restoring Order (20 Points)
- Complete "Restoring Order"
Mechanical Menace (20 Points)
- Complete "Mechanical Menace"
The Most Toys (20 Points)
- Build 10 Robot Mods
Headhunting (20 Points)
- Complete "Headhunting"
In Automatron, a mysterious character known as the Mechanist unleashes a "horde of evil robots," including one named Robobrain, into post-apocalyptic Boston. Players must hunt them down and gather their parts in an effort to build and customize a robot of their own.
"Choose from hundreds of mods; mixing limbs, armor, abilities, and weapons like the all-new lightning chain gun," reads a line from the DLC's official description. Players can also customize their robot's paint scheme and select a voice for it.
The $10 Automatron expansion launches this month across PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It is the first of at least three add-ons for the game and will be followed by Wasteland Workshop in April and Far Harbor in May. Also arriving in April for PC will be Fallout 4's Creation Kit, according to director Todd Howard.
You can get all three expansions through the Fallout 4 DLC pass, which recently increased in price to $50..
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