Fallout 4: Far Harbor
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Fallout 4: Far Harbor adds a large amount of great quests and content within its gloomy but distinctive island setting. Thanks to some well-written, morally ambiguous characters, its choices are as gray as the weather, and much more interesting. Though the new companion isn’t the strongest and the supposedly ruinous radioactive fog is more annoying than threatening, all of the adventuring and new gear absolutely made it worth my while to return to Fallout 4 for Far Harbor.
A great setting, a good story, and more dialogue-based solutions than the base game provides.
The best and worst of Fallout in one giant-sized new expansion, with better storytelling than the main game but even worse graphics.
Far Harbor takes Fallout 4 to the blustering coast of Maine with mixed results.
All of this makes Far Harbor an engaging place to visit; and thus far, I've really enjoyed my return engagement with Fallout 4.
Suffice it to say, I’m looking forward to going back Far Harbor ASAP. This is nearly the new gold standard for how do DLC right. Bravo, Bethesda.
If you are absolutely starving for more Fallout 4 content, Far Harbor will give you another impressively large landscape to explore and some great side content to dig into. If you were already tired of Fallout 4 and hoping the expansion would provide something unique enough to justify coming back, this isn't it.
Far Harbor was definitely going to be the best out of the three, but it certainly exceeded my expectations for this first tranche of DLC.
Far Harbor ends the Fallout 4 Season Pass using his new huge location to analyze deep themes already seen in the main game, above all there are many hours soaked with fog and atmosphere.
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If you made the trip to Far Harbor at all then you know what you're hoping for, and it's safe to say you'll find it. Just don't expect a radical departure from what has come before.