Fallout 4's launch is only a month away now so Bethesda's ready to reveal all of the details about the game's launch. They shared the system requirements today and also cleared up a few other questions you might have about the open-world RPG.
The PC version of Fallout 4 will require Steam as well as an internet connection. Here are the other requirements your PC will have to meet (via Bethesda.net:
The PS4 and Xbox One editions of Fallout 4 will require a comparable amount of space. Bethesda estimates you'll need between 28 and 35 GB of space on your console depending on the territory you live in. Speaking of which, these are the supported languages for the game at launch for each region of the world:
The game will launch alongside a Pip-Boy mobile app that lets you manage your character and their inventory. This app will be usable on iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices. If you were one of the lucky few who got the Pip-Boy Edition of the game, you'll get a wrist holster for your phone to turn it into a real-life Pip-Boy. Bethesda says that most smartphones will be able to fit inside this holster:
The Pip-Boy included will have foam inserts that fit iPhone 6/6s, iPhone 5/5s, iPhone 4/4S, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S4, and Samsung Galaxy S3. In addition, using the customizable foam insert you should be able to fit most other popular smartphone devices. As we wanted to stay faithful to the dimensions of the in-game model, any smartphones larger than the models listed will not fit inside the wearable device, but can still use the Pip-Boy App.
Fallout 4's Pip-Boy Edition quickly sold out so if you haven't pre-ordered one already, you'll have to make your own Pip-Boy.