Fallout 4 New-Gen Update Brings 60 FPS To PS5, Xbox Series X/S Later This Month

Fallout 4 New-Gen Update Brings 60 FPS To PS5, Xbox Series X/S Later This Month

With this update, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S players will get a new native Fallout 4 application (assuming they already own previous-gen versions of the RPG), Performance and Quality Mode settings in the game, stability improvements and fixes, 60 FPS gameplay, and increased resolutions. On previous-gen consoles, Fallout 4 players will receive a free update with stability improvements and login and quest fixes. 

If you’re a PC player, there’s a free Fallout 4 update coming to that platform as well. It will add widescreen and ultra-widescreen support to the game with fixes to Creation Kit and a variety of quest updates as well. PC versions of the game on Steam, the Microsoft Store, and GOG will receive stability, mod, and bug fixes. Plus, the game will soon be available for purchase on the Epic Game Store, and if you have a Steam Deck, Fallout 4 will be verified for it when this update goes live later this month. 

Alongside the new-gen update, developer Bethesda Game Studios is releasing the following free Creation Club items: 

Enclave Remnants brings the Pre-War cabal, The Enclave, into the Fallout 4 storyline, according to a blog post. In a new quest called Echoes of the Past, players will be tasked with stopping The Enclave from spreading their ideology throughout the Commonwealth.

Alongside workshop items and the Enclave Colonel uniform, players can get the following previously released Creation Club items: 

Bethesda says this weapon pack includes a variety of “unconventional objects that have been transformed into deatly weapons,” including the Baseball LauncherNail Gun, and Piggy Bank

Leftover from an ill-fated Halloween party thrown by the New England Technocrat Society, this pack includes 38 new Halloween decorations including witches, cauldrons, ghouls, pumpkins, skeletons, and more. 

The Fallout 4 new-gen update hits PS5 and Xbox Series X/S on April 25. 

Are you jumping back into Fallout 4 with this new-gen update? Let us know in the comments below!

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