We are down to the last week before the release of Fallout 4. However, did you notice that since E3 – where the game was announced – Bethesda has not really shown many screens for any of the game versions.
However, we do have some. A handful of screenshots from the PC version have surfaced that show off the game running at Ultra Settings.
Before you dig into them let us remind you that the developers of Fallout 4 have clearly focused more on the gameplay experience (as always) which means comparing these with the surreal pre-release screenshots we get from a number of other AAA titles would not make sense.
That being said, the PC version at Ultra Settings does look good to the eye. Check it out yourself.
All we know about the system running this is that it was an i7 with a GeForce GTX 970 installed.
In parallel news regarding Fallout 4, we reported to you yesterday that the game’s End User License Agreement (EULA) states all mods should be free. This comes in contrast to what Valve has been promoting recently.
Also, this might not sit well with the modders who were probably eyeing it as an opportunity to cash in on.
Fallout 4 PC, Xbox One and PS4 versions release on November 10.