More Fallout 4 gameplay has leaked ahead of the game’s imminent launch worldwide tomorrow. While the video has now been removed, it showed a player walking across the whole of the in-game map.

The video, originally spotted online by Kotaku, showcases a player attempting to walk across the entire in-game map, from the post-apocalyptic Boston through the immediate surrounding area. The feat took the player around 10 minutes in real time.

The footage captured reportedly came from a PS4 system running the game, and while it appeared to be running smoothly in the video, there are numerous reports of frame rate issues in the Playstation version of the game. Players with early access to Fallout 4 have reported there being frame rate issues during combat, as well as when smoke effects are used in the game.

This is all contrary to what Bethesda VP of marketing Pete Hines previously stated on Twitter. When asked about the frame rate on consoles, Hines said he had been playing the game a lot, and that it had been consistently running at 30FPS.

We’ll have to keep an eye on any further reports of these issues when the game launches tomorrow on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One worldwide.

  • Rach Dacer

    Such a tease! Just a night before the official release date. Although, I know a lot of avid fans have already sneak peaked through the game. Nevertheless, the video got deleted. Do you want this to happen to you, too? I think not. That’s why I’ll be introducing some good stuff right now. This site was a big solution to my problem. BeUpon monitors your videos, updates you via SMS, and lets you backup videos so you won’t lose any! Check their sit for more information!

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