Fallout 4 isn't perfect and Bethesda knows it, but they're not sitting idle in the profits they've made off the game. There's a new patch introducing a laundry list of fixes to the game and PC players can get the Beta version of the update as of today.
The patch was announced over on the. The top lines of this one are as follows:
-New ambient occlusion setting, HBAO+
-New weapon debris effects (NVIDIA cards only)
-Added status menu for settlers in your settlements
-Added ability to rotate an object you are holding with left/right triggers and pressing down on left thumbstick lets you switch the rotating axis
-Improved "ESDF" keys remapping support while in Workshop mode
Certainly nothing spectacular, but the majority of changes that came to the Fallout 4 were in performance tweaks and bug fixes that aim to get rid of another long collection of bugs currently affecting the game. Annoying things like warping to nearby locations when aiming or players being able to be dismembered while still alive have finally been squished. Bethesda asks that players submit feedback on any issues they find in the Beta of the patch on the
It seems Bethesda is at the very least dedicated to continuing to make Fallout 4 the best experience it can be. This is the second major patch for the game, the previous one having just come out around this time .
Nonetheless, our own reviewer didn't find the game to be half-bad, even upon its buggy initial release. Check out the review