Fallout 4 will run at “1080p and 30 FPS on everything”
Update: Pete Hines has confirmed that the PC version in specific won’t be limited by resolution or FPS. The PC version, which is also the lead version of the game that will be the first to get mod support will have support for variable resolutions and uncapped frame rate.
Fallout 4 director Todd Howard has reported to Digital Spy during E3 2015, that the game will be running at 1080p and 30 frames-per-second on everything.
“It is 1080p on everything,” he said, before confirming that it would run at 30fps and not 60fps.
It can be assumed that Howard is obviously referring to the console versions, and not the PC, which is rather good news considering all the latest disparities between the console versions for other games.
Mod support for Fallout 4 has already been confirmed for PC and Xbox One
Mod support has been already been confirmed for PC, and Xbox One. When asked whether they will be bringing mod support to PS4, Howard stated:
“We will be. Well, we’re going to make every effort to. If Sony says no, we won’t, but I don’t think they will.”
“But, you know, it will come out on PC first. So early 2016, the creation mod for the PC, and then we’re going to make that work on the Xbox One, and then we’re going to do the PS4 version.”
Bethesda has released a new batch of screenshots and artwork for Fallout 4. The images do showcase some impressive visuals with a lot of intricate details.
Bethesda announced that Fallout 4, will hit the shelves for the PS4, Xbox One and PC on November 10, 2015. This confirms the previous rumors that the game would release would release this year. Game Director Todd Howard also revealed that development started right after the release of Fallout 3, with the studio being fully dedicated to the tile during the last four years.
Fallout 4, begins before the nuclear fallout, and the world looks absolutely beautiful. The title features full physically based rendering and dynamic volumetric lighting.
The Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition Is selling like crazy, and even though it appears to be a bit “silly”, its definitely the best kind of silly.
As Todd Howard stated during the Bethesda’s E3 2015 press conference:
“The Pip-Boy is important part of Fallout, and we love it so much that we made a real one,” He said. “Yes, you can put your phone in it, and yes, we made an app for it so it works with the game, and yes it’s a second screen experience. Usually I find second-screen experiences to be stupid gimmicks, but as far as stupid gimmicks goes, this is the best f—–g one I’ve ever seen.”
We will bring you any news about Fallout 4, as soon as it becomes available.