Fancy just a spot ofadventuring before Fallout 4 drops this November? Good news then, because the ambitious-looking will be released tomorrow.
It's been in the works for around four years, and adds ten hours of extra content to's action RPG, along with 2,000 lines of dialogue spoken by the new characters you'll meet as you explore an ancient library staffed by robots.
"Amidst endless rows of centuries-old books, they will unravel the disturbing secrets of these mysterious automatons - as well as the truth behind their own quest for the Platinum Chip," reads the plot blurb.
"Autumn Leaves presents the players with a series of rites of initiation where, in-between abusive robots, verbal jousts, casual death threats and phat loot, the Courier discovers their true identity."
A bit more cerebral than your usual bout of ghoul-murdering, then. The trailers and screenshots give the impression of a seriously well-presented piece of work, too - voice acting is remarkably solid, and the level design looks very strong.