Bethesda is rolling out updates for its VR games this week, and Fallout 4 VR is the last to get one.
A beta version of update 220.127.116.11 is now live and you’ll have to opt into the update via Steam itself (right click on Fallout 4, click properties, betas, and then select it from a drop-down menu). But what does it actually add?
For the most part, the patch consists of some key fixes for the game, even when it comes to new features. Bethesda has added new performance and quality options, for example, to help players get the most out of the experience. You can now adjust world scale to fix height issues, and there’s the option to invert Pip-Boy map scrolling.
In terms of straight-up fixes, the game now has scope support and improved V.A.T.S. targeting. You can see the full changelog right here, as a lot of these changes are very specific.
Bethesda’s other two VR games, Doom VFR and Skyrim VR, also saw big updates this week. Doom even received Windows VR support on PC, though there’s no sign of that support in Fallout 4 right now, sadly. There’s no word on official Oculus Rift support, either, though the game can at least be played unofficially with the headset.