Fallout 4 is as of now a gorgeous game (seeing that an atomic no man’s land can look great, in any case). Notwithstanding, Bethesda is going to kick things up a score. An upgrade taking off one week from now will include a High-Resolution Texture Pack. This pack includes a ridiculous level of visual detail for PC players. You can look at the rust and scratches on the power armor screenshots on Bethesda’s page on the off chance that you require confirmation. To state that this will request a meaty framework is putting it mildly, however.
You’ll either require a beefy PC or PS4 Pro to run the Fallout 4 High-Resolution texture pack
The developer prescribes no less than a 2015-period desktop Core i7 chip, 8GB of RAM, and a hefty graphics card. You ought to have either a GeForce GTX 1080 or (until Bethesda talks about it anymore) the up ’til now unreleased AMD Radeon RX 490. Furthermore, did we specify that you require an additional 58GB of capacity for all that new textures?
Try not to worry on the off chance that you want to play on a console, however. This is on the grounds that there are additionally a few updates going to the PS4 Pro as well. Sony’s more up to date framework will play Fallout 4 at 1440p resolution in the event that you have a 4K set. Besides, everybody ought to see both a more prominent draw distance for articles and enhanced “god beam” lighting impacts. It’s not the local 4K overhaul you might’ve sought after. Be that as it may, it could give you a justifiable motivation to return to the game. That is if you haven’t touched it in a while.