Fallout 4

Fallout 4 Is Getting A PS5 and Xbox Series X|S Update In 2023 Alongside PC Update

Includes Modes for Higher Frame rates and 4K resolution, Creation Club content, and more

Bethesda Softworks has announced that Fallout 4 is getting a next-gen update for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S consoles sometime in 2023, according to a blog post. The new features coming to the 2015 game include two modes for higher Frame rates and a 4K native resolution, bug fixes, and bonus Creation Club content (Bethesda’s official mod support). PC players won’t be left out because the same free update will seemingly drop around the same time on PC.

From how Bethesda has worded the announcement, we aren’t getting native versions of Fallout 4 on the newest consoles but instead, new-gen console owners who have the PS4 and Xbox One versions can benefit from the new improvements similar to God of War‘s 60 FPS update for PS5 players. No specific release was detailed in the post but we know it’s coming next year.

This new Fallout “release” is probably the only major thing we’ll get from the series for a while as the next entry in the series aka “Fallout 5” might be a long wait. Bethesda won’t be fully working on the game until after the release of Elder Scrolls 6 which the work on that comes after Starfield. Might be a good time to find other games or franchises to get into until then.

Fallout 4 is currently available to play on PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms including the previously mentioned PS5 and Xbox Series X|S through backward compatibility.