Six DLC packs have already been released for "Fallout 4," but if a recent update to the game's SteamDB page is any indicator, it looks like there's a chance that players may also be getting a seventh one.
As can be seen on the game's SteamDB page, something called "Unknown App 540810" has been added.
Since this addition can be viewed under the game's DLC tab, it's not a big leap to think that it may be yet another expansion that will soon be released for the game, though that is of course not the lone possibility.
Mobipicker speculated that this new addition could simply be virtual reality (VR) content for the open world game.
It's also possible that this may just be an error on the part of Bethesda, and it may ultimately amount to nothing in the long run.
After all, Bethesda has already laid out their DLC plans, and they have previously announced that they are done on that front.
In detailing the contents of the "Nuka World" DLC pack, which was released back in August, Bethesda identified it as the "final add-on for Fallout 4."
Still, players probably would not mind it that much if Bethesda suddenly reversed course, though a few other things would need to be addressed.
All of the previously released DLC packs for the open world game have been made available to players as part of the game's $50 season pass. If Bethesda were to release yet another DLC pack, they would need to determine first if it will be covered by the season pass or if it will be made available as a solo purchase.
Unfortunately, all players can do for now is to wait and hope that Bethesda will provide more details soon enough.
More details about Bethesda's DLC plans for "Fallout 4" should be made available in the near future.