If there is any beauty to be found in Fallout 4's post-apocalyptic landscapes, leave it to Sir David Attenborough to try and find it.
The PlayStation 4 Pro support patch for Fallout 4 arrived this week, delivering 1440p resolution, increased draw distances and enhanced Godray effects. YouTube’s Candyland created a video demonstrating the small but significant enhancements players can expect from the patch.
The promised free Fallout 4 high-resolution texture pack released on PC yesterday, making the game look a bit better when you get close to things in exchange for a large chunk of hard drive space.
I know, we’ve looked at Fallout 4 on Fine Art previously, but that was before art dealer Cook & Becker started selling prints of some of the finest pieces drawn up for the game.
If you want the power armor in your PC version of Fallout 4 to look this gloriously scratched and rusted, you’d best bring the hardware. Bethesda’s official high-resolution texture pack features some weighty recommended specs, including an AMD card that isn’t even out yet.
The star of 1999 animated classic The Iron Giant is a 50-foot-tall robot with a heart of gold, a taste for scrap metal and some serious hidden firepower. Sounds like perfect Fallout 4 material to me. 3D artist Matthew Swanton made it happen.
It’s been said that video games are all smoke-and-mirrors—elaborate feats of code and trickery that imply possibilities far greater than what you’re actually able to do. Sometimes, though, the truth is much stranger. Sometimes the truth is radios powered by invisible cats.
If you visualize the depth buffer of a game (stay with me), you can make it look like the game is running in black & white, ala Limbo.
In a video from December 30, 2016, CNN used footage from Fallout’s hacking mini-game as B-roll to illustrate reports of recent, real-life hacks committed by the Russian government.
This is Verisa as Fallout 4's very own press sneak fuck, Piper. The weathering effects she’s done on the jacket and pants are so good I’m starting to wonder whether she actually just dug them out of the dirt somewhere.
Immersive Toilet Paper is a mod for Fallout 4 by jet4571 and Elianora which takes the game’s existing toilet paper, which is facing the incorrect way, and turns it the correct way. Thus making the game, as advertised, more immersive.
Fallout 4 update 1.8 went live yesterday, bringing with it the long-awaited ability for PlayStation 4 players to use mods. Nearly 200 game tweaks are now live for the PS4, and many of them actually work. It’s a process, really.
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, I’m joined by deputy editor Patricia Hernandez to talk about Pokémon, Fallout, and Red Dead Redemption 2.
Following on from threezero’s first Fallout 4 figure, here’s one based on the game’s T-60 Power Armor.
Last month, Bethesda seemed to give up on the prospect of bringing mod support to the PS4 versions of Fallout 4 and Skyrim, saying that Sony just wasn’t having it. Now, though, both companies have made some compromises.
Today on Highlight Reel we have helpful Rainbow 6 Siege players, WW1 Dukes of Hazzard, giant Fallout babies and much more!
Today we have Fallout 4 secrets revealed, death star trench discoveries, soothing basketball, Overwatch needle threading, and much more!