Fallout 4 Patch Notes Include New Features, Bug Fixes, and More
No word yet on when 1.2.33 will be available for all PC players or console users.
As promised, a work-in-progress version of the first patch for Fallout 4 has arrived. The developer today released update 1.2.33, which is available for players on PC who have opted in to receive beta updates.
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The Fallout 4 patch introduces new features (number pad keys are now available for remapping, for instance) as well as a handful of bug fixes and general stability improvements. Check out the patch notes.
Beta Update 1.2.33
- Number pad keys can now be used for remapping
- Remapping Activate now works on Quick Container
- General memory and stability improvements
- Fixed issue where equipped weapons become locked after completing Reunions
- Fixed issue with When Freedom Calls where the quest would not complete
- During Confidence Man, fixed issue where player's health would continuously regenerate
- Fixed crash related to jumping into water and reloading saved games
- Fixed issue where Launcher would not save God Rays Quality setting properly
Bethesda cautions that this Fallout 4 update is non-final and suggests you back up your saved games before opting in to the beta. You can do that by right clicking the game in your library -> Properies -> Betas. You can drop out of the beta at any time in the same menu.
Last week, Bethesda said it was "hard at work addressing the top issues." Patches will be released in beta on Steam first, followed by a full release on PC before coming to consoles last. Generally speaking, Fallout 4 players can also look forward to "smaller and more frequent" updates rather than a few major ones.
No time table was provided regarding when this Fallout 4 patch will be released to everyone on PC and consoles. We'll have that information for you as it's announced.
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