Nov 29, 2016 06:50 AM EST
'Fallout 4' PS4 Pro Patch Delayed, Latest 'Skyrim Remaster' Xbox Patch To Improve Game's Performance And Stability?
"Fallout 4" fans is having some bad news, as the latest "Fallout 4" PS4 Pro Patch will be delayed. The latest patch for the game is designed to add mod support but it has not added Pro's support into it, which also means that PS4 players are left in the dust waiting for the next game update.
Unfortunately, Bethesda does not have the exact date yet for the next round of "Fallout 4" PS4 Pro Patch, so PS4 fans might need to wait a bit longer, according to Gamingbolt.
Bethesda has promised PS4 fans that "Fallout 4" will see PS4 Pro support in the next update. To reduce worries, it tweeted messages mentioning that the expected PS4 Pro support will be coming in the next "Fallout 4" patch. However, Bethesda's tweets didn't mention any other details such as exact release date, so fans would be looking at a month's wait or possibly more here.
In addition to the "Fallout 4" PS4 Pro Patch, Bethesda has finally released the new update for "Skyrim Remastered" Xbox users. The "Skyrim Remastered" Patch 1.02 brings general improvements on both stability and performance side, along with the buggy issues in its support which have been ironed out with the new patches.
The latest "Skyrim" update also comes with a bunch of improvements and bug fixes, which include bugs relating to some sound effect not persisting after reloading an area and much more.
Things are quite looking good if gamers are in the Xbox camp, as they finally got the new update for "Skyrim" remastered that was made available earlier.
While still waiting for the "Fallout 4" PS4 Pro, fans may want to know that the works on the game's virtual reality version are now in full swing as confirmed by Bethesda in a recent interview with Glixel.
Even though the game's PS4 Pro Patch has been delayed, the developer did mention that the virtual reality version of the "Fallout 4" will be made available by end of June 2017.
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