Fallout 4 Update Plans

The fallout of the new Fallout television series continues to settle, as Bethesda announces free updates coming to Fallout 4 on April 25th. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S owners will get current generation support for the 2015 installment in the RPG series. Owners of the PC version are also getting some newer graphics features in an update that will also bring the game to Steam Deck and the Epic Games Store:
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.
View : : :
16.
 
Re: Fallout 4 Update Plans
Apr 12, 2024, 12:20
16.
Re: Fallout 4 Update Plans Apr 12, 2024, 12:20
Apr 12, 2024, 12:20
 
RogueSix wrote on Apr 12, 2024, 10:30:
Razumen wrote on Apr 12, 2024, 09:54:
Great, now all the mods will be broken again, because Steam will auto-update the game and you can't stop it.

Yes you can. Just switch to offline mode. Or, to be perfectly safe: Pull the plug or turn off WLAN. It's no rocket science.

Also, it will only break those mods that rely on FOSE. Everything else like simple texture replacement mods etc. will be safe, of course.

Finally, if anyone is just now playing FO4, it's just shitty timing. You had almost a decade to play it and OVER FOUR YEARS to play it completely undisturbed by any patches since the last patch came out in December 2019.

Final-Finally, it remains to be seen how alert and quick the FOSE folks are gonna be. If they update FOSE the same day as the patches are released then this is pretty much only a very minor nuisance.

Wrong, if a game has a scheduled update, going offline still won't let you play it. This it's been the case for years now. You can't even set a game to not update if you don't want it to any longer.

LOTS of mods rely on script extender. And no, other mods WILL be affected as well as they rely on the base game's files being in a certain specific arrangement.

And it may surprise you, but people play older games all the time, not just new players (though those will be shafted too). There's no reason Modders and players should have to put up with this BS.
Date
Subject
Author
1.
Apr 11, 19:45Apr 11 19:45
2.
Apr 11, 20:17Apr 11 20:17
3.
Apr 11, 20:22Apr 11 20:22
13.
Apr 12, 10:50Apr 12 10:50
14.
Apr 12, 10:53Apr 12 10:53
4.
Apr 12, 00:30Apr 12 00:30
5.
Apr 12, 00:30Apr 12 00:30
6.
Apr 12, 03:57Apr 12 03:57
7.
Apr 12, 04:06Apr 12 04:06
17.
Apr 12, 13:36Apr 12 13:36
9.
Apr 12, 06:15Apr 12 06:15
10.
Apr 12, 07:12Apr 12 07:12
18.
Apr 12, 15:50Apr 12 15:50
8.
Apr 12, 05:28Apr 12 05:28
11.
Apr 12, 09:54Apr 12 09:54
12.
Apr 12, 10:30Apr 12 10:30
 16.
Apr 12, 12:20Apr 12 12:20
  Re: Fallout 4 Update Plans
15.
Apr 12, 12:01Apr 12 12:01