"Fallout 4" developer Bethesda sure is quite busy these past few days. The studio has been working on a new update called 1.6, which has already been released and ready for download on Steam. Meanwhile, the company also revealed the latest about the game's PS4 mods.
According to VentureBeat, "Fallout 4" received the beta version of update 1.6 just recently. Players can download it through Steam by simply opting in on the properties menu. The new update brought some fixes and improvements as expected. Nonetheless, the most interesting of it all is the so-called "ExitSave" feature.
The said "Fallout 4" feature allows players to create an autosave whenever they decide to exit the game. It should be noted that the title is among the highly celebrated games on both PC and consoles. Hence bringing such feature is only right, as it will keep players on coming back from time to time.
Games like "Fallout 4" must maintain a kind of engagement. Otherwise, it can only serve as a make or break for the game. And sure enough, Bethesda has been doing the right thing. With the game's lifetime value reaching $99.6 billion, it only shows how passionate the studio is.
The "Fallout 4" update 1.6 is only made available on beta version for PC. However, it is expected to arrive across consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One anytime soon.
In related news, Express reports that "Fallout 4" PS4 mods have been announced delayed. Although the company did not reveal any ETA, they assured fans for updates in the next few days or so.
Bethesda released an update for "Fallout 4" in the last few weeks in preparation for the game's PS4 mods. However, it only introduced issues that are all unique to Sony's system -- from the size limit of the mods being limited all the way to the sound files not working properly.
The company has already iterated their plans to resolve the issue. Heck, they even have decided to work hand-in-hand with Sony in order to expedite the process.