Bethesda’s released a brand new Fallout 4 update for Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC and the June update brings new content to the game’s Creation Club.
It took awhile, but Bethesda’s pushed yet another update for Fallout 4. The June patch isn’t as big as some of the company’s previous updates, but there’s some interesting content inside.
There aren’t a lot of changes on board the June patch, but the update still requires a pretty big download and some of you might need to make room for it on your internal or external hard drive.
Bethesda hasn’t released an official change log for the Fallout 4 1.10.137 patch and we probably won’t get one. The company doesn’t provide release notes anymore.
With all of that in mind, we want to run down everything we currently know about the Fallout 4 1.10.137 patch for console and Windows PC.
Fallout 4 1.10.137 Update Size
The June Fallout 4 update is version 1.10.137 for the Xbox One. If you’re playing the game on Sony’s PlayStation 4, you’ll see a different version number. That said, the updates are exactly the same.
Bethesda’s previous update, the March patch, required a 1.3GB download. The company’s latest patch is just a little bit bigger. Xbox One users will see a 1.42GB download and the PS4 patch is around the same size.
If your console or PC is connected to a fast Wi-Fi network it should take less than 7 minutes to download and install the update.
If you haven’t played Fallout 4 in a long time, you’re probably going to see a much larger download because you’ll need to download the updates you skipped.
If your console is running out of space and you want to continue playing the game online, you’ll need to delete files to make room for the 1.10.37 update because it’s a mandatory download for all players.
If you don’t want to download the patch (there’s a chance it brings new bugs and performance issues), you can put your console into offline mode and play Fallout 4 offline.
The Fallout 4 June update brings a trio of items to the game’s Creation Club marketplace.
Bethesda recently teased three new Creation Club creations including the Manwell Rifle Set, Neon Flats, and a new weapon called the Quake Thunderbolt. These items are on board this update.
Bethesda’s June Fallout 4 patch brings three new creations to the Creation Club including the Manwell Rifle Set.
Manwell Rifle Set (400 Credits)
A new long rifle, including a carbine variant. Both versions are highly customizable, with lots of great-looking new mods. These are obtained during a quest, and upon completion you’ll unlock a unique decoration or pet for your workshop.
Neon Flats (600 Credits)
This creation includes two stylish new apartments in Goodneighbor, one fully furnished, and another largely empty. Both are in the same building, and can be rearranged and redecorated to your liking.
Also included are over three dozen new workshop items, and hidden away is a new outfit and pistol (both re-textures of existing assets).
The apartment is obtained through a quest that has you tracking down a former Institute technician.
Quake Thunderbolt (300 Credits)
The classic lightning gun slips into Fallout 4. It packs a hefty punch, and can be customized with options like chain lightning, or hypercharged so it has a chance to do extra damage to wet enemies, although with the risk of disarming yourself. This weapon is obtained through a short quest.
Fallout 4 Creation Club Deals
If you’re looking to snag additional Creation Club content, there are some limited time bundles on the store right now.
There are a bunch of limited time bundles for sale on the Creation Club this month.
For a limited time you can snag the Fallout Legacy Bundle for 3500 Credits. The bundle includes items from previous Fallout games. Note that the price doesn’t change if you already own some of the items in the bundle.
In addition, there’s a Rainbow Power Armor Paint Job Bundle for 800 credits, Rainbow Pip-Boy Paint Job Bundle for 500 credits, Dog Kennel Bundle for 2000 credits, Real Estate Mogul Bundle for 1000 credits, Ultimate Weapon Paint Job bundle for 800 credits, an Ultimate Armor Paint Job Bundle for 800 credits, and several others.
Bug Fixes & Problems
While the March update brought additional updates and patches, the June update looks like it’s squarely focused on delivering new Creation Content.
We haven’t heard about any bug fixes or changes to existing content, but we’ll let you know if that changes.
There’s a good chance the new patch brings some new issues with it so make sure you dig into feedback from other players before downloading the patch.
Let's start with one of our favorite PC Fallout 4 mods that quickly made it over to console.
keyNuker creates a key ring in your inventory that hides keys and passwords. With it installed, your MISC tab in on your Pip-Boy is going to be a lot more manageable, particularly if you're deep into the game with tons and tons of items listed.
The screenshot here shows you what the vanilla MISC tab looks like compared to the MISC tab with keyNuker installed. It's night and day.
This is one of our favorite Fallout 4 mods and one that should consider if you're tired of wasting time scrolling through hundreds (many of them worthless) of items.