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Fallout 4's already stuffed with content, boasting one of the most dense game worlds that we've seen in quite some time - and it sounds as though it's about to get a heck of a lot bigger. The game's third piece of downloadable content, titled Far Harbor, is set to be a more traditional expansion, introducing a fresh location that features its own quests, characters, and dungeons.

Bethesda's already stated that it's one of the biggest add-ons that the studio has ever produced in terms of scale, and VP of marketing Pete Hines has shone a little more light on what that means. Replying to a fan on Twitter, Hines says that Far Harbor is "bigger in size" than The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion's Shivering Isles expansion.

For those of you who never visited the Isles, Oblivion's brilliantly made DLC offered up a huge new setting to explore, and easily added another 20 or 30 hours of content to the game. In other words, Far Harbor sounds like it's going to be bloody huge. As far as we're aware, the expansion's still due to release in May, and will be available at no extra cost if you've purchased the title's season pass.

Are you looking forward to Fallout 4's first big add-on? Wash ashore in the comments section below.

[source twitter.com, via vg247.com]