It took a little longer, but the patch 1.6 version of Fallout 4 is now available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, as reported by Bethesda.
Initially, the update was planned to debut on Xbox One after its release on PC, which was available from July 5, without there being a definite date for PlayStation 4. Fortunately, this day the patch for Fallout 4 came first for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at a later time.
Thus, the patch makes some corrections to Fallout 4 and adds more than 300 names to the vocabulary of Codsworth, to be able to say the name chosen for your character. You can check out the patch 1.6 notes for Fallot 4 in this link.
If you’re craving for more content of Fallout 4 we have some good news for you, because the DLC Vault-Tec Workshop will hit all platforms on July 26. Vault-Tec Workshop is the third and fifth workshop downloadable content package for Fallout 4. In it you will find a lot of content to create your own shelter of Vault-Tec with which you can attract more residents and use them to experiment.
This downloadable content will cost $4.99 USD, but all Season Pass owners of Fallout 4 can download it free of charge. As you can imagine, the DLC will be available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
In addition, the latest downloadable content for the game, Nuka-World, will be available in August.