With the success and amazing reception it has had, it is nearly impossible to find anything wrong with Fallout 4. Like all things, however, nothing is perfect, even it is damn close. It seems even Fallout 4, the PC version anyways, has a few things to tweak.

It is reported that Bethesda has released a beta patch for the PC version of the game. This patch, bringing the game’s number to 1.2.37, mostly just fixes a few simple bugs, but also takes care of three main issues. There are major improvements to the games memory and stability, performance improvements inside the Corvega Assembly Plant, and most importantly players will no longer get stuck in terminals.

This patch is only available for those who opted to receive beta updates for the game. It will most likely become available for all players soon enough. Fallout 4 is out now for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

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