While Fallout 4 fans should not be expecting any downloadable content to be exclusive to either console, Microsoft is definitely stepping things up for the game’s highly-anticipated release in November. Folks are now able to pre-order the Xbox One bundle for Fallout 4 through Microsoft and it offers some pretty nice perks for it’s $400 price tag. Players will receive an Xbox One with a 1TB hard drive, which offers twice as much storage space as the original Xbox One consoles, as well as digital copies of both Fallout 4 and Fallout 3. This would make Fallout 3 another title on the list of 360 games that they are bringing to Xbox One through their upcoming backwards compatibility update.
Another perk that Microsoft gamers will get with their copy of Fallout 4 is early access to the PC mods that will be made available to console players. With Microsoft being involved in both console and PC gaming, they have set up a way for Xbox players to transfer PC mods over to their Xbox console and be used in Fallout 4. This feature is expected to be available to Xbox players in the early months of next year, but there has been no actual date given for when mods will be available on Playstation 4.But don’t worry, PS4 players, Bethesda has stated that they will be making it happen on the PlayStation platform as well.
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