Fallout 4 Nuka-World retro video shows what happens when you don't obey park rules

Watch the latest of Bethesda's excellent retro animation videos, this one focusing on the game's final expansion.

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Bethesda today released a new trailer for Fallout 4's Nuka-World expansion, which is set in a post-apocalyptic amusement park. This new video, a retro-themed spot featuring hosts Bottle and Cappy, shows what the park used to be like and why it's so important to follow park rules.

This is just the latest retro-themed video that Bethesda made for Fallout 4. There was a seven-part S.P.E.C.I.A.L. series that debuted before the game's release, introducing players to the game's perks and stat systems by way of over-the-top animation. You can re-watch those videos here on YouTube.

Nuka-World launches on August 30 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. It's the final expansion for Fallout 4 and takes players to Nuka-World, an amusement park that has seen better days.

The park has a number of zones, including Safari Adventure, Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom and the Galactic Zone. Players can take on new quests and lead gangs of raiders. There are also new enemies to slay and weapons to obtain. You can see a lot of actual gameplay footage here.

Fallout 4's other expansions included 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.

In other news about Fallout 4 DLC, an updated version of Vault-Tec Workshop is out now on all systems.

Additionally, Fallout Shelter was updated today with new quests, including some themed around Nuka-World.