Fallout 4 will receive a next-generation upgrade in 2023 for Xbox Series X, S, PlayStation 5, as well as Windows. The upgrade includes well-known features such as support for higher frame rates in file form performanceMode and 4K support.
Perhaps this 4K support will take the form of Quality Mode, as an analogue of Performance Mode. However, Bethesda doesn’t use the word “mode” in their phrase about 4K resolution, so that should be emphatically clear from the upgrade itself. The Windows version will likely also get an upgrade when it comes to frame rate; The 2015 game has a maximum built-in 60 FPS, provided that the player does not do so Modify used. The Windows version already supports 4K resolution.
Bethesda keeps talking about it “Bug Fixes” and Unspecified “Creation Club Bonus Content”. This is Bethesda’s Steam Workshop counterpart, but it includes paid mods that are funded in some cases as well.
Fallout 4 is a first-person and third-person RPG set in Boston, 210 years after a global nuclear war devastated the world as we know it. The player must search for his lost son/child, but also becomes embroiled in larger struggles taking place in the world. Fallout 4 originally came out in 2015 for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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