Despite an extensive look at Fallout 4 to cap off Bethesda’s debut E3 Showcase event, game director Todd Howard came back on stage to present more information about the hotly anticipated title during the Xbox E3 Media Briefing. Knowing the extensive history of Bethesda pairing up with Microsoft in the past, an exclusive partnership to bring PC mods to the Xbox One version of Fallout 4 shouldn’t come too much of a surprise.
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Also coming to Xbox One owners of Fallout 4 is an exclusive next-gen free copy of Fallout 3. Those who somehow missed out on the game that brought open-world, dystopian action-RPG action to the minds of gamers around the world can now experience the title as part of Xbox One’s commitment to supporting Xbox 360 titles with backwards compatibility.
Seeing how Windows 10 is coming out this year, it will be interesting to see how Fallout 4 will work across the Microsoft architecture. With streaming support on top of PC mod support, you can really see how Microsoft is starting to stay true to their word on PC gaming. It seemed like it was always a vague promise, but with constant pushes at E3, that may be a notion of the past.
Fallout 4 will be coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC on November 10, 2015.
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