As promised by Bethesda, a new Fallout 4 update (1.7) has finally been unleashed. It's now available across all platforms -- from PlayStation 4 to Xbox One to PC. It's deemed to be a significant update, especially for players who own a Season Pass. Here's what you need to know about it.
Fixes Several Fallout 4 Mod Bugs
Sadly for Fallout 4 players who are using Sony's PS4 console, this one here won't include them. The new update basically brought a bunch of fixes, covering the reported issues gamers are facing with various mods. The latter is believed to be not working properly, with some of them not appearing at all.
The Grand Tour Bug In Fallout 4
Whenever Fallout 4 players get to The Grand Tour mission, things start to wreak havoc. Whenever they try to start it alongside good guy Gage, it tends not to be completed. The said issue is happening in the latest DLC of the game titled Nuka-World. Fortunately, the new update has introduced a fix. However, in order for it to work, players need to re-download the aforesaid content.
Fixing The Monorail Issue In Fallout 4
Although it's a minor update, it's enough to please the fans of Fallout 4. The aforementioned patch has brought a fix the issue players experience in Nuka-World's monorail (not starting properly). Sure enough, for fans who are deep into the downloadable content, they've surely experienced this bug. Fortunately, update 1.7 squashes that issue right off the mark.
A Fallout 4 Nuka-World Support
The Fallout 4 update 1.7, as reported by GottaBeMobile, has brought a support for the Nuka World expansion, which was released sometime in August at around $20. So for players wanting to play the DLC, the above-mentioned update should be downloaded. It's basically designed to support the newly-arrived content as a way for devs to create possible fixes and whatnots.
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