Bethesda has officially discharged its high-resolution texture pack for the PC rendition of Fallout 4. This pack is 58GB in size and you can discover some screenshots of it on Reddit forums (linked underneath). They feature the enhanced surfaces that have been incorporated into it.
Fallout 4 Original versus High-Resolution Textures Comparison
Bethesda prescribes a NVIDIA GTX1080 to run this texture pack. As indicated by Reddit’s part “kami77” who caught the screenshots, however, GPU memory utilization was around 5.5GB utilizing these surfaces in 4K. This fundamentally implies proprietors with GPUs that are furnished with 6GB of VRAM will really have the capacity to appreciate it.
Do take note that kami77 did not utilize any mods. This is vanilla Fallout 4 with just the official HD Texture Pack. Mods may increase VRAM utilization. That implies that PC gamers may require more than 6GB of VRAM keeping in mind the end goal to appreciate this HD Texture Pack with mods in 4K resolutions. All in all, what do you think? Do these pictures legitimize the tremendous size of this official Texture Pack?
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