Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC Trophies Emerge
Post-apocalyptic Maine will be a rewarding place.
While you have to wait a little while longer to play Fallout 4's Far Harbor expansion, the add-on's list of Trophies has now emerged. Posted on Exophase (via DualShockers), the Trophies are rewarded for completing quests, discovering new locations, and killing sea creatures, among other things.
Note that the Trophy descriptions contain what might be considered spoilers. Additionally, this list of Trophies is presumably the same for Xbox and Steam achievements.
Far Harbor PS4 Trophies:
- Close To Home: Complete the quest "Close to Home"
- Far From Home: Complete the quest "Far From Home"
- Where You Belong: Complete the quest "Where You Belong"
- The Way Life Should Be: Complete the quest "The Way Life Should Be"
- Cleansing The Land: Complete the quest "Cleansing the Land"
- The Islander's Almanac: Collect all issues of "The Islander's Almanac" magazine
- Hooked: Defeat 30 Far Harbor Sea Creatures
- New England Vactioner: Discover 20 Far Harbor Locations
- Push Back The Fog: Unlock 3 Far Harbor Workshop Locations
- Just Add Saltwater: Cook One of the New Far Harbor Recipes
Far Harbor, which comes out on May 19 for all platforms, is set in a post-apocalyptic version of Maine's popular tourist destination, Bar Harbor. The location represents the largest landmass Bethesda has ever made for expansion content.
Here is the official story synopsis:
"In Far Harbor, a new case from Valentine’s Detective Agency leads you on a search for a young woman and a secret colony of synths. Travel off the coast of Maine to the mysterious island of Far Harbor, where higher levels of radiation have created a more feral world. Navigate through the growing conflict between the synths, the Children of Atom, and the local townspeople. Will you work towards bringing peace to Far Harbor, and at what cost?"
Far Harbor includes more quests to take on and settlements to explore. There are also "lethal" creatures, some of which you can see in the trailer above. The expansion also adds "higher-level" armor and weapons, though no specifics have been announced yet.
The content sells for $25 and is also included with the $50 Fallout 4 DLC pass. The first Fallout 4 expansion was Automatron, which came out in March. This was followed up by Wasteland Workshop in April.
Bethesda also teased that Fallout 4 fans should "stay tuned" for more information about more add-ons coming later this year. If you bought the Fallout 4 DLC pass, you will also receive those expansions, whatever they turn out to be. One possible venue for their announcement could be Bethesda's E3 briefing in June, though this is not confirmed.
In other news about Fallout 4, the game's latest update, which adds Survival Mode, landed on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One last week, following its release for PC earlier.
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