Fallout 4: Here Comes The Next-Gen Update – Can The Game Finally Be Fully Steam Deck Compatible?!

Although the game is already playable on Valve’s handheld console, the next-gen update fixes some of the bugs that plagued the current version of Fallout 4.



This day has come. Bethesda has announced the date for the free Fallout 4 next-gen update for PS5, Xbox Series and PC. The community received a lot of news. However, PC gamers also heard good news about fixes and additions. Today, we are reporting on one of them. The topicality of the news and the game is given by the fact that the release of Prime Video’s Fallout series is just around the corner. (You will also be able to read our review soon.)

Bethesda announced on its website that PC players will also receive patches and updates, although not as many as consoles.

The first thing to mention is that PC users will be able to play Fallout 4 on both widescreen and ultra-widescreen displays. In addition, we can expect “various” mission updates and fixes related to Creation Club.

Steam, Microsoft Store, and GOG users will also get bug fixes, mods and more stability. All of these will arrive on April 25th. Bethesda’s RPG also debuts in the Epic Games Store (after Gamingbolt). It’s good that they are reaching more and more players. A special positive is that Fallout 4 finally gets Steam Deck verification! All this indicates that it will be optimized even more for Valve’s handheld console. It is worth noting that it is already playable on Steam Deck. But by the end of the month, it will be better.


Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 are now playable on NVIDIA GeForce NOW


Another positive development for the community is that both Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 have become playable on NVIDIA GeForce NOW. (According to Wccftech.) This is a subscription service that lets you play purchased games through the cloud. This is an excellent option if your PC isn’t too powerful, although you’ll need a stable connection to enjoy it without input lag ruining the experience.

Source: Bethesda, Gamingbolt, Wccftech

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