Fallout 4’s next-gen update forces a final delay on Fallout London

Fallout 4’s “Next-Gen” update has forced a new delay on Fallout London

Fallout London, the Expansion-sized mod for Fallout 4, was due to launch on April 23rd. Now, a final delay has been forced on Fallout London due to the upcoming release of Fallout 4’s “Next-Gen update” on April 25th.

Simply put, Fallout 4’s upcoming update will break the game’s support for Fallout London. Vital tools like the Fallout 4 Script Editor will need to be updated to make Fallout London compatible with the game’s new version, and the Fallout London team doesn’t want to release the mod knowing that it will be broken 48 hours after its release.

Now, Fallout London has been delayed indefinitely. It is currently unknown how long it will take for the mod to be fully updated. Currently, the team expects the fixes to take less than a month to implement. That said, it remains to be seen how long it will take to make Fallout London compatible with Bethesda’s next-gen update.

While it is a shame that Fallout London has been delayed, its delay is for the best. After all, Fallout 4’s next-gen update has promised games some major improvements on PC. For starters, the game will officially support ultra-wide displays thanks to this update. Beyond that, new stability fixes and other improvements will soon be added to the game with this update. These changes will have a positive impact on both Fallout 4 and, by extension, Fallout London.

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