Fallout 4's next add-on, Wasteland Workshop, arrives next week and thanks to this new trailer from Bethesda, we have a much better idea of what to expect.

As you've probably guessed, this new DLC mostly focuses on new additions to the game's workshop. There are new traps, neon signage, gardens, decontamination showers, taxidermy and I mention, traps?

The traps make up a large part of the add-on as they give players the ability to capture living creatures including Deathclaws, cats and even human raiders. Once tamed, players can pit creatures against each other in a live cage match or toss in their own settlers to see how they stack up against the baddies.

Wasteland Workshop is the second of three announced DLCs. It follows last month's Automatron, a $9.99 add-on that tasks players with hunting down the mysterious Mechanist. The add-on also lets players decommission evil robots and harvest their parts to build custom robot companions.

The third DLC is titled Far Harbor and in reality, it's the first true expansion for the game. In it, players will travel to an island off the coast of Maine as they hunt for a young woman and a secret colony of synths. Bethesda says Far Harbor is the largest add-on they've created to date. It will sell for $24.99 if you don't have the season pass.

Wasteland Workshop launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC (Steam) on April 12.