Bethesda claims they haven’t released any file size or specs on any platform.
Yesterday, rumors began flying around the Internet about the file size of Fallout 4. Those rumors had the game weighing in at just 28 GB. That size seemed a bit small, considering that the title is said to have twice as many assets as Skyrim. It turns out that the file size might have indeed been wrong considering some recent tweets from Bethesda’s own Pete Hines. Hines took to Twitter and said that Bethesda hasn’t released any file size or specs yet.
We’ll just have to wait and see whether that 28 GB file size is anywhere close to true or whether it was some weird fabrication. There is, of course the chance that Hines is telling the truth, that Bethesda hasn’t released the information, but the information is still out there. Regarding PC specs, Hines stated that the company usually doesn’t release that kind of information until about a month before the game hits the market.
On another note, Hines also talked more about specials and Perks. He made it clear that when someone is leveling up in the game, they can either choose to boost their S.P.E.C.I.A.L. or their perks, but they cannot do both in a single “level up.” He added that when someone preorders the game they will get access to a poster that shows off all of the perks that are in the game. This is certainly a cool little feature. Fallout 4 is going to be released for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC on November 10, 2015.