- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player)
- Release Date
- 10th Nov 2015
- 10th Nov 2015
PlayStation Plus Extra (Subscription)
- 13th Jun 2022
PlayStation Plus Collection (Subscription)
- until 9th May 2023
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- Feature Support
- Official Site
V.A.T.S. more like it
Republished on Tuesday 26th September 2017: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the release of Fallout 4's Game of the Year edition on PlayStation 4. The original text follows. Well, here we are. Seven years after Bethesda's last crack at post-apocalyptic America, Fallout 4 is easily one of the...
Fall back in
After what feels like an age of waiting, mod support has finally arrived for Fallout 4 on PlayStation 4. All that you need in order to get started is download the game's latest patch, which adds mod functionality to the release. Once you've got that, you'll be able to hop into the title's new mod section via the main menu, where you'll...
Magazines may well be going out of fashion in the real-world, but they're incredibly popular in the Commonwealth. There's an absolute ton of reading material to find in Fallout 4 on the PlayStation 4, and each issue that you collect will have a profound affect on your stats. Because we're lovely people, we've assembled a quick guide to...
Bethesda may have built a sub-business out of various Fallout branded merchandise, but the vault boy bobbleheads are still very much a key component in Fallout 4. There are 20 of these to find in the developer's critically acclaimed PlayStation 4 role-playing release, and while they're cuter than the collectibles that you'll find in...
Building a brighter future
When it comes to defining your custom character in Fallout 4, you're given a lot of options. You need to consider the rather large perk chart, your equipment, and even your general style of play. Sometimes, it can all become a little confusing, so we've put together nine relatively basic character builds that are easy to...
Fallout 4's perk system has seen a rather drastic overhaul from what prior games have offered. In some ways, it's more streamlined, while in others, it allows you more freedom to build your character exactly as you want. As always, though, you'll be swamped in options – but which perks should you take? With any luck, this...
Rad times ahead
So, you're finally out of that vault, and guess what? The world's not in very good shape. Nuclear war has ravaged the Commonwealth, which is now home to horrors of all shapes and sizes – and you've got to survive in it. At first, this can be a daunting task: Fallout 4 is a big, reasonably complex game, and wrapping your head around...
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Coming on 6th August
There’s good news for PlayStation Now subscribers: Bethesda is bringing DOOM, Wolfenstein: The New Order, and Fallout 4 to the service from 6th August. The publisher announced the all-star selection of software during a panel at QuakeCon. As these are all native PlayStation 4 games, you’ll have the option to either download...
Constantly on the cutting block
You either loved or hated them, but there's no denying that Fallout 4's base building mechanics formed a large part of the open world experience, which structured itself around defending your outpost from hostile attacks and developing relationships with other settlements. What you might find interesting then is...
War never changes
Fallout 4's long awaited but always inevitable Game of the Year edition is out today on PlayStation 4. It includes the base game and all of its downloadable content. It's a pretty huge package, that's for sure. Fallout 4 first launched back in November of 2015, and although it was never quite able to capture the heart of many a...
PC beta goes live
Bethesda's Creation Club program has entered its beta phase on PC, giving us a glimpse of what we can expect once it hits the PlayStation 4 versions of Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. For those out of the loop, the Creation Club was revealed during the publisher's E3 2017 press conference, and it basically allows...
Includes all DLC
It's about time this bomb dropped. Bethesda has announced that Fallout 4 will finally be getting a Game of the Year edition next month. As you'd expect, the complete package will include all of the game's downloadable content and updates. It launches for PlayStation 4 on the 26th September. Did you miss out...
Dion ain't happy
Cast your mind back to the year 2015, just before the launch of Fallout 4. The video that we've embedded above was one of the game's main advertisements, and we happen to think it's pretty cool - especially for a live action ad. However, almost two years later, singer and songwriter Dion is suing Bethesda parent company ZeniMax...
It never ends
Revealed during Bethesda's E3 2017 press conference, the company's Creation Club seems like a pretty cool idea at a glance, but there's a catch. Essentially, Creation Club will bring high quality content to Fallout 4 and Skyrim - Special Edition - bits and pieces made by both Bethesda and "the best community creators"...
Fallout 4 got its PS4 Pro patch last week, meaning that the game is now officially supported by Sony's supercharged system. As many of you will no doubt be aware, the open world title doesn't run brilliantly on a standard PlayStation 4, with regular frame rate drops hurting the overall experience. Fortunately, Digital Foundry has...
Drop the bomb
If you've been hankering for some high resolution post-apocalyptic adventuring then you're in luck, as Fallout 4's latest update is out now on PlayStation 4. Only weighing in at 461MB, patch 1.14 brings PS4 Pro support to Bethesda's popular role-playing release. Pro users can expect things like increased resolution, better draw...
A better looking apocalypse
Fallout 4 is finally getting PS4 Pro support next week, Bethesda has confirmed. Patch 1.9 will add in some extra graphical oomph for those of you playing on Sony's supercharged system, with the developer promising native 1440p resolution, enhanced draw distance, and better god ray effects. Basically, it's going to look a...
Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, welcome you to the world of Fallout 4 – their most ambitious game ever, and the next generation of open-world gaming. As the sole survivor of Vault 111, you enter a world destroyed by nuclear war. Every second is a fight for survival, and every choice is yours. Only you can rebuild and determine the fate of the Wasteland. Welcome home.