Creation Club Comes to Fallout 4 Tomorrow, Skyrim in September

Bethesda has announced that the Fallout 4 Creation Club will arrive tomorrow, August 29 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Here’s what to expect from Creation Club, which lets you use in-game Credits to purchase new content for Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition created by Bethesda and other studios:

Featuring new items, abilities and gameplay created by Bethesda Games Studios and outside development partners – including the best community creators – Creation Club content is fully curated and compatible with the main game, official add-ons, and achievements. Currently available for Fallout 4, Creation Club will be coming to Skyrim Special Edition next month. All Creation Club content works on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. And of course, Mods will remain a free and open system where anyone can create and share what they’d like.

As a special bonus, Bethesda is giving all players 100 Credits, and more can be purchased through the PlayStation Store/Xbox Live/Steam (prices TBA). Unlike Xbox One and PC, the PS4 doesn’t support transferable credits between Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition.

Fallout 4 will have this Creation Club content on day one, with more arriving in the coming months:

Chinese Stealth Armor – Obtained through quest

  • Worn by both the Crimson Dragoon troops and Black Ghost counterinsurgency squads during the Great War, Chinese Stealth Armor relies on light modulation technology to render its wearer virtually invisible.

Modular Military Backpack – Deposited into your inventory and craftable via Armor Workbench (400 Credits)

  • Make this backpack yours with over 30 different add-on pieces, patches and colors. Featuring increased carry weight and multiple bonuses for surviving even the harshest Wasteland conditions.

Morgan’s Space Suit: Prey – Deposited into your inventory

  • From deep space to the Glowing Sea, this space suit – once worn by TranStar Industries’ Morgan Yu – will help turn you from prey to predator.

Pip-Boy Paint Job: Onyx – Craftable via Armor Workbench

  • This black paint job is ideal for any Vault Dweller who prefers stealth, sleekness and subtlety.

Pip-Boy Paint Job: Swamp Camo – Craftable via Armor Workbench (50 Credits)

  • With its mottled yellow, brown and green, the swamp camo Pip-Boy paint job is perfect for those waterlogged slogs through Bloodbug-infested terrain.

Pip-Boy Paint Job: Chrome – Craftable via Armor Workbench

  • From the rims of a Chryslus Cherry Bomb directly to your wrist, nothing says “style” like a chromed-up Pip-Boy.

Power Armor Paint Job: Black – Craftable at Power Armor Station

  • Black as a Commonwealth night and just as intimidating, this custom Power Armor paint job is well suited for any combat situation.

Homemade Shotgun – Deposited into your inventory, will appear in the world, and at vendors

  • Crafted using pipes, springs and a healthy dose of psychotic self-reliance, this fully modded shotgun is perfect for a quick and violent solution. To just about anything.

Prototype Gauss Rifle – Obtained through quest (400 Credits)

  • Wielded with deadly effect before the Great War, the Prototype Gauss Rifle uses electromagnetic induction to shoot a projectile at tremendous speed. It is, in essence, a sniper’s best friend.

Modern Furniture Workshop Pack – Appears while in Workshop mode

  • Give your workshop a contemporary look with over 40 modern furniture and decorative pieces.

Hellfire Power Armor – Obtained through quest (500 Credits)

  • Big, beautiful and utterly terrifying, the ultra-protective Hellfire Power Armor is the perfect way to bring the fight to the enemy… and end it quickly.

Power Horse Armor – Obtained through quest

  • Gallop your way through the Wasteland in this stylish, sturdy and heavily modified handcrafted Power Horse Armor. Giddyup!

As mentioned above, Skyrim Special Edition will get Creation Club in September.

If you don’t own Fallout 4 yet, the Game of the Year Edition arrives on September 26.

[Source: Bethesda, Fallout]