As we get all the more closer to the release of Fallout 4, it appears that Bethesda is making sure people understand just how good the game is going to look and feel when they get their hands on it. When it comes to a bit of housecleaning, Pete Hines was working overtime on Twitter making people knew that on the PS4, the game is going to have a solid 30 FPS and even added that he thinks people will be pleased.
When it comes to the PC version, he said there will indeed be a game disc, if people want to go that route. He further clarified that there will be other data on this disc besides the installer. He was also asked why the the game was put on a DVD copy as opposed to a Blu-Ray disc but he said the disc simply didn’t have enough of an install base to warrant that move. So for those who were expected a situation similar to Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, rest easy.
Hines wasn’t just having conversations about what kind of info is going to be on the game disc though. He was also asked about why the company set the release date in November, as opposed to a date like October 23. Hines responded they set the date they did because they wanted to give the development team as much time as possible to have it finished. That of course, means there will likely be a decent amount of content added with the inevitable launch day patch. Fallout 4 gets it’s official release on the PS4, Xbox One and PC on November 10, 2015.