A new Fallout 4 update is available for everyone and today we want to dig into the latest version of the Fallout 4 1.7 update for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC . It’s an important update for Season Pass holders and those struggling with problems.
Bethesda’s rolled out a series of free Fallout 4 updates to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.
More recently, Bethesda rolled out a Fallout 4 1.7 update for all three platforms and the developer continues to build on this version of Fallout 4 as we push deeper into the year.
Bethesda’s latest Fallout 4 1.7 update is now available for PC and the Xbox One. The next time you fire up your game you might be prompted to download a version of Bethesda’s 1.7 update.
With that in mind we want to look at the Fallout 4 1.7 update for Xbox One, PS4 and PC and elaborate on some of the changes that appear in the update’s change log. This roundup also takes a look at Fallout 4 1.7 update problems and offers some potential fixes for those issues.
We’ll continue to update this page with new details as they become available so check back in for regular updates about the latest Fallout 4 patch.
Fallout 4 1.7.20 Update
Bethesda's 1.7.19 update has been replaced by a new Fallout 4 1.7.20 patch.
In late September, Bethesda rolled out a Fallout 4 1.7.19 update to the Xbox One and Windows PC. The Fallout 4 1.7.19 update was a big one for the Xbox One checking in at well over 400MB in size.
The 1.7.19 update delivered "fixes General updates to Bethesda.net Mods." It was also accompanied by some updates for Bethesda's Fallout 4 DLC. Specifically, Nuka World, Far Harbor and Contraptions Workshop.
The update to Nuka World fixed an "issue where "The Grand Tour" could not be completed if Gage was your active companion when the quest started." Bethesda says that PS4 users should re-download the Nuka-World DLC to get the fixes.
The updates to Far Harbor and Contraptions Workshop were small though the developer says the update for Far Harbor fixes "untranslated strings" in the Japanese version of the DLC.
Unfortunately, the Fallout 4 1.7.19 update also brought some issues to Fallout 4 mods and Bethesda's rolled out a new version of the 1.7 update to address those issues.
The Fallout 4 1.7.20 update is now out on Steam and Xbox One and it fixes an issue where mods were not appearing properly.