So, right now, I’d contend that the DLC currently available doesn’t provide anything additional that the stand alone game really needs. If it didn’t cost anything I’d download it for the sake of satisfying my curiosity. You really can’t argue with the deficiencies of freely offered additional content and be taken seriously, and I wouldn’t try despite my reservations expressed above. But Bethesda and Microsoft expect us to pay for this. You don’t need it, certainly, and it doesn’t fundamentally improve what’s already there, so why would anyone want to buy it?
At Citizen Game.