Fallout 4 releases 1.5 Patch for PC, Ultra-tough Survival Mode included in Console
Earlier this week, Bethesda announced the release of the in-game modding kit for Fallout 4 in beta version for PC. Today, the developers announced that Fallout 4 1.5 update left beta on PC and is currently available for all Steam users.Advertisement
Although an exact release date hasn’t been provided for the console platforms, Bethesda confirmed that the patch will be available for download next week. In more detailed news, the 1.5 patch has features that support may’s Far Harbor expansion along with the ultra-tough Survival Mode.
As surprised as the console fans were on the announcement of a modding kit for Xbox One and Playstation 4, the developers have also confirmed that it will include some of the special features from the PC version if not all. For details on the mod release in console, click here.
Fallout 4 1.5 Patch Notes: (Officially From Bethesda)
- New Survival difficulty
- Survival adds additional challenges including no fast travel, saving only when you sleep, increased lethality, diseases, fatigue, danger and more. See the in-game Help menu for more details.
- Characters set to Survival difficulty appear under their own Character Selection filter
- Third-person camera movement improvements when player is close up against walls and other objects
- General stability and performance improvements
- Fixed rare crash related to reloading a save that relies on Automatron
- Fixed issue with the robot workbench camera not moving properly immediately after canceling out of the menu
- Fixed issue with perks being repeatedly added when reloading a saved game while in robot workbench
- Fixed issue with Ada not properly traveling to an assigned settlement
- Robots can now be assigned as settlement vendors
- Fixed issue with “Appropriation” where blueprints would not appear properly if the container had already been looted prior to getting the quest
- In “The Nuclear Option,” entering the Institute using the targeting helmet on Power Armor no longer inadvertently causes the player to go into combat, and become stuck in the Institute
- Fixed distance check with Robotics Expert perk
- While in Workshop mode, if the Jump button is remapped, the Y or Triangle button can still be used to jump
- Fixed issue with “Defend the Castle” where speaking to Ronnie Shaw would not properly complete the quest
- During “The Nuclear Option,” fast traveling away from the Institute immediately after inserting the relay targeting sequence holotape will no longer block progression
- Fixed issue where Workshop placed light bulbs would occasionally not light properly
- Fixed occasional flashing issue with entering and exiting Power Armor
- Fixed issue where terminals would not work properly after downloading and initializing an Add-On from the Add-Ons menu
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