The PS4 patch will feature PS4 Pro support and the PC patch will include a High-Resolution Texture Pack.
Sony's super beefy console will be able to support a native resolution of 1440p, enhanced draw distance for trees, grass, objects and NPCs as well as enhanced Godray effects - basically better overhead lighting when wandering around outside during dawn and dusk.
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Aggregate cost-per-click fell 15 percent, but aggregate paid clicks were up 36 percent from the year-ago quarter. Alphabet ended 2016 with $86.3 billion in cash, up from $73 billion a year ago.
Bethesda has announced a couple free updates for Fallout 4, and the biggest one offers a graphics upgrade to the PC version of the game. In order to prepare PC gamers for this upcoming pack, Bethesda revealed the system requirements for it. If you're unsure of whether your PC can handle the new and improved visuals, see the recommended specs below, courtesy of Bethesda. PC players, on the other hand, will finally get their hands on an official high-resolution texture pack for the post-apocalyptic rendition of Boston which, Bethesda says, is a "love letter" to its "amazing PC fans". Pro owners can expect the following improvements when playing Fallout 4 on the PS4 Pro.
Beginning next week, Fallout 4's update 1.9 on the PS4 will allow Fallout 4 to make use of the extra power of the PS4 Pro. This will however like to eat a fair chunk of your gigabytes and requires you to have 58GB of available space to install it.
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