Fallout 4 PS4/ Xbox One 1.3 Patch Not Coming This Week, Might Be Released Early The Next
Earlier this week, the Fallout 4 1.3 patch has been released for the PC version of the game following its beta testing phase, introducing plenty of gameplay and quest fixes, additional features and more. The patch was scheduled to release this week for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions, but it seems like this won't be happening.
A few hours ago Bethesda's Global Community Lead has confirmed on the Fallout 4 official forums that the game's 1.3 patch may be released early next week. Nothing has been set in stone as of now, but we should hear more about the matter soon.
We should have more info on the 1.3 release soon. Could push to early next week, but we're working through it now.
More fixes for Fallout 4 have come only yesterday thanks to the AMD Driver 16.1.1 hotfix. This hotfix offers an official solution to the Fallout 4 AMD Crossfire issues that have emerged following the release of the 1.3 patch.
Being an open world role playing game, Fallout 4 is a truly massive game. And it would have been even more massive if all the cut content would have been included in the game's final release. Last week new details have emerged on what seems to be a cut quest thanks to the game's audio files for Holt, Alexis and Tina.
Fallout 4 is now available in all regions on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. We will let you know more about the 1.3 release on consoles as soon as possible so stay tuned for all the latest news and updates.
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