Bethesda’s kicking off the month of February with a huge Fallout 4 patch for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and today we want to take a look at that and some of the other important things players should know as we push deeper into 2016.
One of the biggest complaints about Fallout 4 is the amount of problems plaguing the Xbox One, PS4 and PC versions of the game. Fallout 4 problems have been a huge problem for many gamers in the weeks since release.
In December, Bethesda released its first big Fallout 4 patch for all three platforms. The update brought some new features to the PC but it focused on improving performance and fixing annoying bugs. The update didn’t stop the complaints from rolling in though.
In January, Bethesda confirmed a much larger patch dubbed 1.3. The Fallout 1.3 update is out for the PC and it brings exciting new features and a laundry list of bug fixes for quests, workshop, gameplay, and more.
Most of you are focused on this new update but there are a few other things that we want to bring to your attention as we make our way into the month of February.
This roundup takes a look at the most important things to know about Fallout 4’s 1.3 update but it also looks at the state of mods, Fallout 4 DLC, and more. It’s a running list and we will continue to update it as we push deeper into the month.
Last Chance to Get a Free Copy of Fallout 3 for Xbox One
For several months, Bethesda's been throwing in a copy of free Fallout 3 with any purchase of Fallout 4 for the Xbox One. That promotion is coming to an end. Soon.
Microsoft has put an ending date on the Fallout 4 promotion. Once the calendar turns to February 9th, the deal is done.
So, if you're interested in getting a free copy now would be a great time to pick up Fallout 4 for the Xbox One.