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As promised, Bethesda released the first patch for Fallout 4 today. The update, currently in beta, is available for download through Steam.
It's not a huge patch by any means. Don't expect any flashy new features. The sexiest change here is that you can now remap your number keys. Ooh.
Instead, Bethesda focused on making the game more stable. They also fixed three quest bugs, including one that blocked player's progress. Here are the full patch notes:
Again, this is a beta patch so there could be some unexpected issues. Bethesda recommends that you back up your saved games before installing it. If not, at least make sure you don't overwrite them. Should you revert back to the older version of Fallout 4, these saves more than likely won't work.
If you want to download the beta patch, right-click Fallout 4 in your Steam library and choose "Properties." Go to the "Betas" tab of the window that pops up and select "Beta Update" from the lone drop-down menu you see there. After a few minutes, the game will update with the patch and you'll see "Fallout 4 [beta]" in your Steam library.
Bethesda hasn't said when the patch will be officially released on PC, or arrive on PS4 and Xbox One. Exact release dates will depend on how the beta goes and how quickly Sony/Microsoft certify the patch for their respective consoles.
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