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Is the saga finally over? One of the biggest stories of the last few weeks, Fallout 4: Far Harbor launched in extremely poor condition on PlayStation 4, with many players experiencing crippling frame rate issues when exploring the expansion's new island setting.

In order to fix the problem, Bethesda has saw fit to re-release the content on the PlayStation Store. It's been available to re-download since last night in North America, and now the developer says that it's ready to go in Europe, too.

Here's some quick instructions on how to re-download Far Harbor on PS4:

  • Close Fallout 4 if you happen to be playing it
  • Go to the library icon on your PS4's main menu and press X on Fallout 4
  • Scroll down to the 'Related Items' tab and press X
  • Scroll down to 'My Add-Ons' and press X
  • Highlight Far Harbor's download icon (the little arrow pointing down) and press X
  • You should now have the new version of Far Harbor downloading - once it's installed successfully, the expansion's frame rate issues should be fixed

It's worth noting, however, that Bethesda recommends deleting Fallout 4 in its entirety (just the game and add-on data - not your save files) if re-downloading Far Harbor doesn't fix things.

We'll be diving back into Far Harbor shortly to bring you revised impressions of the expansion. Until then, let us know if you've had more luck with this new version in the comments section below.

[source twitter.com]