Fallout 4’s next-gen update will land on April 25

Fallout 4’s next-gen update is going to be released on April 25 for free on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. The update is deemed to surprise everyone as it will offer plenty of surprises, including support for 60 FPS.

The update brings new modes for different player preferences and improved resolution. Bethesda will expand Fallout 4’s content with a new quest called “Echoes of the Past.” This quest introduces players to the pre-war group known as the Enclave. In this challenging adventure, players will thwart the Enclave’s efforts to spread their ideologies and establish dominance in the Commonwealth.

The update will include Creation Club items integrated into the game for a richer experience. Improvements, stability and fixes will arrive on both PS4 and Xbox One users regarding login and quest-related issues.

As of 2020, Fallout 4 had sold over 25 million units. This update is expected to reinvigorate the community and attract new players, which is timely given the release of Amazon’s critically acclaimed Fallout TV series.

As per the announced by the developer:

Fallout 4 is Getting Free Updates

Return to the Commonwealth April 25!

Fallout 4 upgrades are coming to next-gen consoles

Bethesda Game Studios is releasing a free Fallout 4 update for download on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.

This free update includes native applications for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, Performance mode and Quality mode settings, as well as stability improvements and fixes. Experience up to 60 FPS and increased resolutions!

Fallout 4 players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will also receive a free update with stability improvements, login and quest fixes .

To download the update on a next-generation console, you must own Fallout 4 for that device.

Updates for PC players

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, 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.

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Even more content!

There’s even more content in the Fallout 4 updates, including the following free Creation Club items!

Enclave Remnants
Enclave Remnants brings the Pre-War cabal, The Enclave, into the Fallout 4 storyline. In this new quest, “Echoes of the Past,” can you stop The Enclave from spreading their dangerous ideology and gaining a foothold in the Commonwealth?

Along with workshop items and the Enclave Colonel uniform, we are including the following previously released Creation Club content:

  • Enclave Weapon Skins
  • Enclave Armor Skins
  • Tesla Cannon
  • Hellfire Power Armor
  • X-02 Power Armor
  • Heavy Incinerator

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Makeshift Weapon Pack
Ever thought a piggy bank would make a great weapon in a pinch? This weapon pack includes a variety of unconventional objects that have been transformed into deadly weapons, such as: a baseball launcher, a nail gun and a piggy bank.



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Halloween Workshop
Leftover from an ill-fated Halloween party, thrown by the New England Technocrat Society, these 38 new Halloween decorations include witches, cauldrons, ghouls and more! Decorate for Halloween or make your settlements spooky all year round!

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