Fallout 4 Automatron DLC Achievements Emerge
"Robots, Robots, and More Robots!"
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Fallout 4's upcoming Automatron expansion will offer at least five new achievements to unlock, according to an image pulled from the game's Steam version (via Xbox Achievements). The rumored achievements are robot-themed, which makes sense given Automatron's tagline is "Robots, Robots, and More Robots!"
According to the Steam listing, the achievements are:
- Robot Hunter
- The Most Toys
- Mechanical Menace
- Restoring Order
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 in March 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 $30 Fallout 4 DLC pass. Its price goes up to $50 on March 1.
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