People who have been playing Fallout 4 through Steam will already know about the beta patch for the game. Today it has seen another update to fix some more of the issues that have been discovered.
The update brings the Beta update to version 1.2.37, with the new fixes revealed as:
- General memory and stability improvements
- Performance improvements inside the Corvega Assembly Plant
- Fixed issue with player becoming stuck in terminals
While these aren’t the most detailed of patch notes they are fixes that have be added to those already in place from the previous patch. When it reaches its official release to the PC version all of these updates will be released as a complete list.
With these updates being only Beta they are yet to make their way to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game. With the updates being much more restrictive than on PC versions, they undergo more quality tests before they are released onto the console platforms. With people opting in to the Beta test on the PC they are risking unstable updates and a possible degradation of performance. This is the risk of using pre-release patches like these though which is why people have to make the choice of receiving updates such as these.
Opting in to the Beta updates for Fallout 4 though gives PC players the option to see what updates are coming, and what impact it will have on the game. With players obviously wanting to see performance improvements, it comes as no surprise that many people are choosing to download these test versions of the patches before they are fully tested.
Have you opted in to the Beta updates for Fallout 4? Let us know your experiences and whether they have been an improvement to the game.