While consoles wait for their first Fallout 4 patch, Bethesda has released another beta one for the PC version.
Bethesda previously outlined its post-launch plans for Fallout 4 when it comes to patches and fixes. First, the PC version gets beta patches, which are then released to all PC players. Afterwards, consoles get these fixes.
Having already released one beta patch on PC last week, the publisher has today put out another one.
This patch is also in beta, available only to those who opt-in to test it. It's dubbed version 1.2.37 and it brings three fixes.
- General memory and stability improvements
- Performance improvements inside the Corvega Assembly Plant
- Fixed issue with player becoming stuck in terminals
Bethesda recommends you back up your save files before installing it.