Fallout 4: 10 Things to Know After 10 Days

Fallout 4 has been out for 10 days now and we continue to see new and important information emerge. We have new details about a Fallout 4 patch, some exciting Fallout 4 mods to share, and some tips that might come in handy if you’re just setting out in the wasteland.

On November 10th, gamers around the world finally got their hands on the long-awaited follow-up to 2008’s Fallout 3. The game has been out for less than a week but gamers have already logged hours upon hours of gameplay.

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While there are some complaints about the game, there tons of positive experiences out there. We’ve enjoyed our time with Fallout 4 and we plan to invest more time in its characters, its story, and its crafting.

Like many others, we’ve also experienced some of the lowlights. Fallout 4 problems remain a huge problem for PC and console owners though Bethesda has finally outlined plans to start fixing some of the issues plaguing its new title.

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In this post-release Fallout 4 roundup we will look at the important things that gamers need to know about the game on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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We’ll take you through what you need to know about Fallout 4 hidden features, some updated tips for those looking to maximize their time, what you need to know about Fallout 4 problems, DLC, mods and more.

This is what you need to know after 10 days of playing Fallout 4.

Is Fallout 4 Worth Buying?

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Is Fallout 4 Worth Buying?

I've been playing Fallout 4 since release and while it does have its share of problems, I've greatly enjoyed the time I've spent in the wasteland. 

I've already spent 30+ hours roaming around the Commonwealth questing, collecting items, meeting new characters, and crafting settlements. Most of that time has been enjoyable and I plan to put in well over 200 hours into this game before everything is said and done. 

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Fallout 4 isn't perfect and the amount of crafting/junk in the game can feel overwhelming at times but if you love the Fallout series (or Elder Scrolls), if you love a good open-world RPG, if you love making hard decisions, this game is a must-own. 

If you don't, well, you're missing out. 

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