Updated Fallout 4 Is To Arrive On PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC In 2023
Although the release of Fallout 5 is likely off the table for a couple more years at least, Bethesda does have something to make its players happy. The renowned video game developer and publisher has announced it is working on the next-gen update for its post-apocalyptic RPG title Fallout 4, which is to come to PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5 next year.
The update should be released sometime in 2023 and will be completely free to download for all owners of the original game. The Bethesda Company already did something like that in November 2021 with the release of the Skyrim Anniversary Edition to celebrate the game’s ten-year jubilee.
What exactly will be included in the updated version of the game is still unknown, but it is expected to feature several new graphics modes on consoles: with increased frame rates and support for 4K gameplay. In addition, the creators of the popular action role-playing game will probably fix some bugs as well as provide bonus Creation Club content.
Fallout 4 – Bethesda's latest single-player game published in 2015 – received some very positive media reviews. However, many hardcore fans of the franchise weren’t as enthusiastic, criticizing Fallout 4 for putting too much emphasis on action, not including some familiar role-playing elements, and overly simplifying the plot. Whether or not this update will be followed by the remastered Fallout 3 version – which is a cherished dream of many – is yet to be seen. Bethesda has not commented on such a possibility so far.
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