After less than a month of releasing the much anticipated “Fallout 4,” Bethesda has just launched an update for the game called patch 1.2.33.
The patch is optional for players who want to try the newest version of “Fallout 4.” For those who want to access the beta, they need to first log in to Steam. In the library, players need to choose “Fallout 4” and select settings. After which, players need to select Betas and then Beta Update from the drop down list, then click ok. To confirm if the beta version was updated, players need to access the library and check for “Fallout 4 [beta]” on the list.
Patch 1.2.33 comes with new features as well as fixes for the bugs identified in the game. For the new features, players can now use the number pad keys to remap. Additionally, the “Remapping Activate” can already be used on Quick Container.
On the other hand, the fixes included in the beta addressed the issue on weapons that becomes locked after finishing Reunions as well as the crashes when jumping into water and reloading saved games. It has also fixed the problem on inability to complete the quest in “When Freedom Calls,” the continuous replenishment on the health of the players in “During Confidence Man,” and the launcher that could not properly save God Rays Quality setting. These are all on top of the other memory and stability improvements brought by patch 1.2.33.
Fans in the comments section have mixed reactions regarding the beta update. Some are happy with what was given, while others are asking for more “useful” and “non-beta” patches as they feel that patch 1.2.33 did not bring anything significant. At the moment, no news has been said about a non-optional patch.
“Fallout 4” was released on Nov. 10, raking in $750 million equivalent to 12 million copies during its first 24 hours. The game is available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.