Fallout 4 gets next-gen update today – here’s what to expect


    The Fallout franchise has been in the midst of a revival recently (which is a good thing) thanks to a live-action series adaptation on Amazon Prime. Although it’s been nearly a decade since its release, Fallout 4 has skyrocketed up the sales charts like a mushroom cloud, making today’s update perfectly timed: Fallout 4 Finally. The car is happening. A proper next generation update.

    The update brings major technical upgrades to console players. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S now get their own native versions of games instead of relying on applications made for older consoles. These new apps come with a Performance mode, which targets 4k resolution and 60 fps with standard graphics settings, as well as a Quality mode, which runs at 30 fps with 4k resolution and graphics set to Ultra. The notes also specify that, when connected to a 120 Hz display, the quality mode will target 40 fps, and when connected to a 1440p display, the game will run at 60 fps with 1440p resolution regardless of rendering mode. will

    PC players are not left out either. In addition to launching on the Epic Store, the game will also support widescreen and ultrawidescreen for those who have it. Steam players will also be happy to hear that the game is now officially Steam Deck certified, so you can grab it on the go. That said, the update isn’t available on GOG yet, but will be sometime soon. “We will notify you as soon as possible,” the patch notes read.

    In addition to numerous bug fixes on PC and console, the update provides nine free Creation Club items to all players. You can read the patch notes in their entirety here.. For more Fallout, check out the trailer for the (now-delayed) Fallout 4 London mode , get ready for season 2 of the TV series , and read our review of Fallout 4 , which we called โ€œThe most Mindful (and time-consuming) experiences in gaming.”


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