Bethesda has announced that the next-gen update for Fallout 4 will arrive in 2024.
This update was initially announced in 2022 and was planned to launch in 2023. Players of the title on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC can anticipate enhancements comprising a new performance mode, 4K visuals, remedied bugs, increased framerate support, and more.
You can view the official tweet announcing this Fallout 4 news below:
Fallout 4 marked a significant step for the franchise. The game sets players in a post-nuclear war environment as the sole survivor of Vault 111, challenging them to navigate a world where survival is a constant struggle and every decision impacts the fate of the Wasteland.
Key features of Fallout 4 include vast freedom in an open world filled with hundreds of locations, characters, and quests. Players have the capability to align with various factions or forge their own paths. The game’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L character system allows for extensive customization, enabling players to craft unique characters from a power-armored soldier to a persuasive smooth talker, each with their own sets of skills and playstyles.
Enhanced by a next-generation graphics and lighting engine, the game vividly portrays the Commonwealth’s devastated forests and Boston’s ruins. Combat in Fallout 4 is intense and versatile, offering first and third-person perspectives, with the option to slow down battles using the Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System (V.A.T.S) for a more strategic and cinematic experience.
Additionally, the game boasts an advanced crafting system, where players can collect, upgrade, and construct various items, ranging from weapons and armor to managing entire settlements, adding depth to the gameplay beyond mere survival and exploration.
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