Bethesda thanks the community for Fallout 4, outlines schedule for updates

By GamingNexus On 19 Nov, 2015 At 05:00 PM | Categorized As Gaming Industry News | With 0 Comment

If you have been living under a bridge near a river full of radioactive water, you might not have realized a small title called Fallout 4 dropped last week. Wait, maybe that means you have. Anyways, the folks at Bethesda are extremely grateful to the gaming community for making Fallout 4 their largest launches and one of the largest ever in the industry. They have posted an open letter on thanking the community and outlining some details on how updates and patches will work going forward.

It looks like most of the love will be for the PC crowd, as the plan for future updates will follow the usual Bethesda plan of beta patch on Steam, full release on PC and then full console releases. This has served them well I the past, and means that everyone will get theirs in a timed roll-out. They did say that they expect to utilize more frequent, smaller patches rather than large more spaced out updates. The first beta patch will be on Steam next week, so expect to see the details starting to come out soon.  Read the entire letter after the jump…


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