Bethesda Softworks has just announced that the 1.5 patch dedicated to Fallout 4 will arrive by the end of the week on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The last 1.5 update of Fallout 4, that PC gamers were quick to try out, is now scheduled to arrive tomorrow, May 5 2016, on gaming consoles. This mode was released for PC on Steam last week but had already been in beta since March, with numerous patches, fixes and adjustments based on feedback from users who played until the patch 1.5 that has been revealed today.
Bethesda likewise has said that its survival mode along with the patch will be available from Friday 6 May, 2016. The developer announced the above via its Twitter account. As you can imagine, the difficulty will come as part of patch 1.5, which will prepare the game for the arrival of Far Harbor DLC on May 19 which will be available on all platforms.
The survival mode mode includes among many things an optimization and system balancing for survival, a new difficulty in this way and improvements in fatigue, injury and disease. Also they have managed to tackle one of the major problems faced by many players where the game was continuously crashing for unknown reason.
On the other hand, the 1.5 update for Fallout 4 will repair several bugs related to Automatron and Wasteland Workshop. The update also will let PlayStation 4 players to eliminate downloadable content from Fallout 4.
Fallout 4 hit Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC in November last year.