Fallout 4 release is just days away and there seems to be no end to the recent influx of information regarding the latest RPG from Bethesda. Hot on the heels of the recently leaked PC screenshots that showcase the game at Ultra settings, some new information about the graphics options in the game has emerged.
According to the leak, like previous Bethesda games, Fallout 4 launcher will allow users to tweak the settings before launching the game itself. The options available for adjustments appear to follow the convention set in previous games like Skyrim and Fallout New Vegas although in some situations there are more options available to choose from in specific fields.
PC users can adjust the quality of Textures, Shadows and increase Shadow Distance, Decal count, Lighting, Depth of Field and Ambient Occlusion. New additions from previous games include Godrays, Lens Flares, Wetness and Rain Occlusion.
The launcher will also allow tweaking of options such as Object/Actor/Grass and Item Fade for low-end systems. While all these options are available from the launcher, as always players can also alter them in game without having to restart (in most cases).
Fallout 4 is set to release on November 10 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.