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Fallout 4 PC Texture Pack Now Available: Here’s How To Download It

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Fallout 4 PC Texture Pack Now Available: Here’s How To Download It

The Fallout 4 High-Resolution Texture Pack features the buildings of Lexington, up to the shores of Boston Harbor. All locations in the texture pack are enhanced with detail.

Players can get the texture pack here. The texture pack is filled with a lot of new features. Players who have installed the pack and want to revert to the original textures can do so through the Fallout 4 menu.

Meanwhile, Bethesda will unveil a patch for the PlayStation 4 version soon. It will add support for the PlayStation 4 Pro.

What To Expect

There will be beefed up draw distance for non-playable characters, trees, grass and other objects. There will also be effects with special enhancements as per Eurogamer. Update 1.9 is eagerly awaited and fans cannot wait to check it out.

Bethesda states that this free download is for all the PC fans that have supported them. The company is also quick to highlight that fans have not just backed Fallout but many other games over “multiple decades.” For using this high-resolution pack, a PC must have an extra 58 GB of space. There should also be a computer system with particular specifications.

What Specifications Are Needed?

These specifications include more than 8 GB of RAM, along with an Intel Core i7-5820K OS processor or higher. There should be Windows 7, 8 or 10. A 64 bit OS is mandatory in this regard.

There should also be the AMD Radeon RX 490 or GTX 1080. These specifications will enable PC users to enjoy this new pack. Bethesda has also confirmed a new update for Skyrim Special Edition.

This is also getting new features for mod content. Bethesda stated that more information about this will be revealed next week. Polygon confirms all these enhancements with the latest Update 1.9.

The developer stated that players should “give it a shot.” In case the new pack does not satisfy you, they can be disabled “within the game’s launcher menu.” Players can hence return pretty easily to the “original textures.”

Bethesda also teased a new update for The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition as mentioned. New mod content features are also being brought in for Fallout 4. These upcoming features should be enough to keep fans intrigued until next week.

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