The process of bug squashing has begun. Bethesda released the official 1.5 patch in an attempt to eradicate known bugs, and to spice up the gameplay in its post-apocalyptic RPG — Fallout 4. The latest patch fixes various bugs and has brought brought some glitches along with it. Patch 1.5 is now live across PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Posting a long wall of patch notes and bug fixes on the official Bethesda.net, Fallout 4 not only will feature a revamped Survival Mode, but support for the upcoming Far Harbor DLC. The TL;DR version of the 1.5 patch update basically makes it so that other workshop items are no longer glitching and becoming unresponsive like in the past.
In addition to this, you can read the official post that details some of the fixes that will be featured in patch 1.5.
“Along with support for our upcoming add-on, Far Harbor, and additional gameplay optimizations, the 1.5 Update features the revamped Survival Mode which incorporates a number of changes based on beta feedback. Thanks again to all those who participated! The update is now live for all users on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.”
Of course, this now leads to the question: what glitches still work after patch 1.5, and are there any new glitches? Well, there are some glitches that still work after patch 1.5, which are pretty useful for both beginners and long-time vets of the game. As for new glitches, none have been found recently, but I’m sure in time that will change.
For a complete run down on working glitches so far that work for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, though I wouldn’t see why PC players would do such, are listed in YouTuber Tyche‘s video below.
Lastly, the post also made mention again of official modding support coming to both Xbox One and PS4 later this moth, and in June. You can catch the note below.
“Also in development, Mods are going to be available on Xbox One in May – starting with a Beta – and bringing Mods to PlayStation 4 in June.”
If you want you can read the full post over on Bethesda.net. Fallout 4 is currently out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and will soon gain the Far Harbor DLC on May 19th.