Bethesda has released a new Fallout 4 update patch announcing some new features and fixes for its game. The Patch is live on PC while the players on PS4 and Xbox One will have to wait a little longer to get the update. Bethesda has shared the patch notes for the update 1.7 and it suggests that the studio is bringing support for Nuka World, some workshop settlements and is allowing PS4 players to delete Add Ons without uninstalling the game.
On its official website, Bethesda confirms that players on PC can download the update from Steam. Those who are on Xbox One and PS4, Bethesda will release the new Fallout 4 update in the coming weeks. The patch notes include details about new features, fixes in game files and mods. The update aims to deliver more accurate and flawless gameplay.
With the new Fallout 4 update, Bethesda has made some stability fixes alongside some major changes. According to the patch notes, To complete the Sanctuary, players are no longer required to have Jun and Marcy Long. The size of vendor shipment has also been increased with the new game update. Additionally, the issues with animations, clothing, infinite loading and performance have been resolved with the new patch.
Many players reported problems with mods. Earlier this year, Bethesda confirmed that Fallout 4 update will fix issues with mods. Players can now easily disable all the mods in offline mode. The company has also made some improvements in UI and has fixd issues related to mod image appearance, NPC styling and sneaking. Bethesda also suggests that it has fixed issues related to weapons where players were facing problem in loading the weapons just after reloading the game.
Bethesda has not confirmed any specific release date for Fallout 4 update on PS4 and Xbox One. The company suggests fans to wait for another couple of days