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Fallout 4 Free Next-Gen Update Releases April 25

Fallout 4 Free Next-Gen Update Releases April 25 - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 11 April 2024 / 3,242 Views

Bethesda Game Studios announced the free next-generation update for Fallout 4 will release on April 25 for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

The free update for the game adds Performance mode and Quality mode settings, stability improvements and fixes, up to 60 frames per second and increased resolutions.

Players on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox one will also get a free update with stability improvements, login and quest fixes.

Read the announcement post below:

FALLOUT 4 UPGRADES ARE COMING TO NEXT-GEN CONSOLES

Bethesda Game Studios is releasing a free Fallout 4 update for download on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.

This free update includes native applications for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, Performance mode and Quality mode settings, as well as stability improvements and fixes. Experience up to 60 FPS and increased resolutions!

Fallout 4 players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will also receive a free update with stability improvements, login and quest fixes .

To download the update on a next-generation console, you must own Fallout 4 for that device.

UPDATES FOR PC PLAYERS

We are also releasing a free Fallout 4 update for PC players! Experience Fallout 4 on your next-generation PC with widescreen and ultra-widescreen support, as well as fixes to Creation Kit and a variety of quest updates.

Players with PC versions of Fallout 4 on Steam, Microsoft Store and GOG will receive stability, mods and bug fixes. For Japanese and Chinese language players on PC, Bethesda.net login issues have been resolved, fixing access to mods.

Alongside this exciting update, Fallout 4 will be available to purchase on the Epic Games Store.

Fallout 4 will also be Steam Deck verified.

EVEN MORE CONTENT!

There's even more content in the Fallout 4 updates, including the following free Creation Club items!

Enclave Remnants
Enclave Remnants brings the Pre-War cabal, The Enclave, into the Fallout 4 storyline. In this new quest, “Echoes of the Past,” can you stop The Enclave from spreading their dangerous ideology and gaining a foothold in the Commonwealth?

Along with workshop items and the Enclave Colonel uniform, we are including the following previously released Creation Club content:

  • Enclave Weapon Skins
  • Enclave Armor Skins
  • Tesla Cannon
  • Hellfire Power Armor
  • X-02 Power Armor
  • Heavy Incinerator

Makeshift Weapon Pack
Ever thought a piggy bank would make a great weapon in a pinch? This weapon pack includes a variety of unconventional objects that have been transformed into deadly weapons, such as: a baseball launcher, a nail gun and a piggy bank.

Halloween Workshop
Leftover from an ill-fated Halloween party, thrown by the New England Technocrat Society, these 38 new Halloween decorations include witches, cauldrons, ghouls and more! Decorate for Halloween or make your settlements spooky all year round!


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012 and taking over the hardware estimates in 2017. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel. You can contact the author on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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17 Comments
Jumpinbeans (on 11 April 2024)

Awesome - time to start playing again :)
The fallout franchise is great

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Mozart1511 (on 12 April 2024)

I see several Microsoft IPs being updated for free without needing a remake or remaster. Is it so difficult for other studios to follow this path?

Just imagine a GOW fan being able to play the first games with graphical and frame rate improvements on PS5? There are many riches buried in the old generations that just need an update and backwards compatibility, as they are perfect. When EA remastered Command and Coquer, I had to buy it pre-launch, and I realized that the story and mechanics remained original! I would be happier if EA gave a discount to those who already have all the games in the franchise, whether they are separate or on those DVDs that all the games came with, because I have everything. I hope for an update on Diablo 1, Road Rash and other iconic franchises from 1995 to 2005... I still remember my 120 MHz Pentium and my noisy modem that woke up the entire neighborhood... good years!

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Radek (on 11 April 2024)

They made it happen after all.

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G2ThaUNiT (on 11 April 2024)

Aside from the Minutemen harassing you nonstop and the base building mechanics (modded that aspect) I really enjoyed Fallout 4! I'll have to hop back in to take a look.

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NathanSSSS (on 14 April 2024)

It's funny that the CURRENT gen is still being called NEXT gen

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Leynos (on 11 April 2024)

59 more frames than it had on launch.

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TheLegendaryBigBoss (on 11 April 2024)

Ridiculous how quest fixes are needed 9 years later

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G2ThaUNiT TheLegendaryBigBoss (on 11 April 2024)

I'm curious as to what quests were in need of fixing. I replayed the game a few times over the initial couple of years after release and I don't recall any quest breaking bugs. Unless they were minor.

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pokoko G2ThaUNiT (on 11 April 2024)

Most quest bugs are rare or uncommon. You might see them or you might not, often depending on which choices you made. Some bugs occur as soon as the leave the Vault, though you might not encounter them until much later.

For example, the Cabot House questline has one bug where Imogen Cabot doesn't show up and another where Jack Cabot doesn't change locations, both of which will break the quest. I had to use console commands for both of these issues, though now the Unofficial Patch fixes at least the first one.

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Well see it the other way around :) Some games got quests never fixed :) Getting some fixes 9 years after the release is quite amazing imo :D

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The fixes should have come way earlier

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Yah and ultimately every game coming out should be bug free... I mean...
9 years, 30 years, is still better than not at all. I do not see how this is "ridiculous" when a lot of games have bugs that are never fixed anyway. People always see the worse side of everything, why not be happy about it instead...

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pokoko Imaginedvl (on 11 April 2024)

He isn't wrong to say that the worst issues should have been addressed way earlier and no one should ever be downvoted for saying that quest-breaking bugs should be fixed by the developer.

Bethesda is definitely guilty of leaving major problems for the community to repair and they should be called out for it. Fallout and Elder Scrolls are my favorite franchises in gaming but I'm not going to withhold criticism when it is deserved.

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tslog (on 11 April 2024)

All those technical fixes and improvements don’t do anything for an already average/boring game.
This is a low effort BS PR sham because it’s a tie-in to the release of the TV series.

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G2ThaUNiT tslog (on 11 April 2024)

How does someone manage to contradict themselves by going from "all those technical fixes and improvements" to "this is a low effort?"

  • +9
Imaginedvl tslog (on 11 April 2024)

Man... Your days must be so fun. Looking at all your positive and constructive posts, you seem to really enjoy everything so much.

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pokoko tslog (on 11 April 2024)

So the Skyrim next gen update was also because of a TV series tie-in? No, they said this was coming like a year ago, it was most likely delayed until now.

Fallout 4 is an excellent game in many aspects, people who haven't played Survival should try that and maybe download a few mods to enhance their experience.

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