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Fallout 4: 1080p/30fps on Consoles

Fallout 4Resolution will not be limited for PC users.

Todd Howard, Bethesda’s Creative Director, announced that Fallout 4, explored in-depth at this year’s E3 event, would be running at a solid 30 frames per second, or fps, when it launches later this year on Xbox One and Playstation 4. This may be a disappointment to those who were hoping for 60fps, but at least now we have the details.


Mr. Howard was the presenter at Bethesda’s first E3 conference last Sunday, and revealed details about the game like the ability to build you own settlements, direct your dog companion (and maybe all companions) to retrieve items from a distance, and gave us a look at the opening of the story, moments before eponymous Fallout hits the U.S.A. He also revealed the limited edition of the game would include a replica Pip-Boy, which could house a cell phone and immerse the player more by using the game-connected app. Pre-Orders for this version have already sold out and there’s no word on whether any more would be produced.

As of now, the release date has been confirmed for November 10, 2015 for all versions.


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One comment on “Fallout 4: 1080p/30fps on Consoles

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