Check out the latest updates from 1.5 Fallout 4 patch
The latest update for Fallout 4, the 1.5 patch, is out of beta and here. Fallout 4 has been changed so many times since its release, and the changes keep coming.
PC users have the jump on Xbox One and PS4 gamers -- they get to download and install the update first. The update was supposed to be out in April for consoles but, now Bethseda is saying it expects the updates to be available this Friday.
Here are some things the update brought:
Increased Lethality - you can deal and take more damage with more Adrenaline
Adrenaline - comes with Survival Mode and is increased by every 5 kills you get
Wellness: Exhaustion, Hunger, Thirst - it’s harder to survive if you don’t take care of your virtual self
Fatigue - comes from being tired, hungry, and thirsty, which affects your Action Points (AP) and makes it harder to sprint
Bed Types - depending on the bed you choose sleep time is lengthened or shortened, which affects your recovery
Facing the Unknown - threats are no longer displayed on the compass unless added by a Recon scope
Illness & Antibiotics - Antibiotics crafted can heal current illnesses. Using chems can give you illnesses & Stimpaks aren’t a fix-all drug anymore
Slower Healing - In Survival restorative items like food and Stimpaks recover your health at a reduced rate
Immunodeficiency - items that cleanse Rads from your body make you tired and temporarily damage your immunity which leaves you vulnerable to illness
Crippled Limbs - crippled limbs won’t auto heal after combat (they’re either healed by sleep or a Stimpak)
The update isn’t perfect, though. Here are a few of the problems reported so far:
A few more issues were ported with Automatron and Wasteland Workshop which were the first two DLC add-ons.
It’s safe to say that these problems could carry over to the consoles. Complaints will continue to grow, but Bethseda will continue to work on and upgrade the game.