Fallout 4: How to Get This Awesome-Looking Nuka-World Physical Map

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The next expansion for Fallout 4 is set in a post-apocalyptic amusement park called Nuka-World. Bethesda is going all-out for this expansion, the game's final one, having now announced a physical map that shows off the fake park's various areas such as Dry Rock Gulch and Galactic Zone.

In a blog post, Bethesda revealed that you can get one of these, for free presumably, at GameStop and EB Games stores in North America and Canada starting August 24. You can also download it for yourself right now [PDF]. The map will only be available in stores for a "limited time," Bethesda said, though no specific end date was provided.

The map is highly detailed, resembling what you might find in a real amusement park. It shows off all of the zones and also lists the attractions at each, some of which include "The Angry Anaconda" and "Mad Mulligan's Minecart Coaster."

Nuka-World launches on Tuesday, August 30 across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The first gameplay trailer was released this week and can be seen above. Some screenshots of the new content follow below the map. As you can see, what was once presumably a nice park is now run-down and full of Raiders.

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The expansion adds new quests, weapons, and enemies, though Bethesda has not fully detailed what players can expect in terms of story and content.

Nuka-World is Fallout 4's sixth expansion, following Automatron (March 2016), Wasteland Workshop (April 2016), Far Harbor (May 2016), Contraptions Workshop (June 2016), and Vault-Tec Workshop (July 2016). All of that, as well as Nuka-World, is included with the $50 Fallout 4 DLC Pass.

Alternatively, you can buy Nuka-World on its own for $20.

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In other news about Nuka-World, a recent report claimed that its file size is bigger than Far Harbor's, while beta codes are going out now. Additionally, PS4 users are still waiting for the promised mods support.

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