Fallout 4 high resolution patch

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Fallout 4's high resolution texture pack has been released , and it's free for the taking—though it requires a hefty chunk of hard drive space and the recommended specs are steep, calling for a GTX with 8 GB. I don't quite meet those requirements I have a , but I still wanted to take a look at the new textures, see how they compared to the standard ones, and find out how much of a performance hit I'd take.

I actually had to download the 58 GB texture pack twice—the first time, it didn't seem to activate, and when I checked the Fallout 4 DLC tab in Steam, it said it wasn't installed even though I'd just spent an hour waiting for it to download. I checked the box, and it began downloading all over again. So, I waited another hour.

The second time I tried, I couldn't immediately tell if the high resolution textures were in place, but as I walked around in the game carefully peering at things, I gradually began to notice a difference. Check out the images below, and slide the vertical bar back and forth to compare the images. The original textures are on the left, the high resolution textures are on the right.

There are links to full-size images below each slider. I started in Diamond City. You can see the main difference in this shot is the texture on the canopy, which is a bit more detailed. Not much else is different, at least that I can see. I headed to my settlement at the drive-in, because I wanted to see if the textures on my various suits of power armor had been upgraded.

While I didn't see much of a change on the armor, or even on the armor crafting frames, I did notice the rusting steel beams along the ceiling in the background looked a bit different. Not only is there greater detail in the rusting beams, you can clearly see the wood grain in the ceiling fan. If you're a fan of looking up at ceilings while you play Fallout 4, this should make you happy. This next one had me scratching my head. There were clearly some changes, though I can't really say that one is better than the other.

The puddle is a little different? The dead grass looks like it has moved a bit? Nothing I ever would have noticed unless I took two pictures from the same spot. For wet broken pavement and a pile of garbage, I think both versions look perfectly lovely.

Again, I wind up focusing on the wrong thing. I assumed the wheelchair would look a bit different with the high-res textures, but the changes actually wind up being the wall behind it, and the floor, both of which show much greater detail. How about Nick Valentine's office?

Nick isn't there—I can't recall where I left him, probably on a farm or something—but I nose around his desk for a while. Nick's desk shows a bit more detail in the chipped paint, though nothing else looks like it's changed. I could go on, but walking around staring at things, taking a picture, saving the game, quitting the game, then starting the game again to take another picture with slightly different textures is about as boring as it sounds.

I think you get the idea—some things look a little more detailed, some things don't appear to have changed at all. Also, the only way I can figure out how to disable the high res texture pack once I've installed it is by using Nexus Mod Manager. Bethesda, in its announcement post, said you can disable the texture pack using the game's launcher menu , but I don't see any way to do that. Bethesda responded to the above paragraph, suggesting that the DLC can be enabled and disabled via Steam. I'd only point out that I did that after initially downloading the pack as I said earlier and when I rechecked the box it made me re-download the whole thing a second time.

As for performance, I ran around for a while, specifically around the Medford Memorial Hospital area, because there are tons of ghouls on the streets nearby, and tons of mutants outside of the hospital, and at least three tons of mutants inside the hospital.

With the texture pack enabled, I didn't notice much of a performance hit. Fallout 4 is capped at 60 FPS anyway, and with the original textures I rarely dip below that. With the high-res textures enabled, I played for a good fifteen minutes and rarely saw my FPS drop below Well, I do like the increased detail, though it certainly doesn't look like all of the textures have higher resolution versions. I'm not sure it's something I'd really notice unless I was creeping around specifically to take pictures.

And, losing a few frames every now and then isn't a huge deal. My main issue is the 58 GB of space this texture pack takes up. The drive I keep my games on is GB, and while that feels pretty roomy I still do have to delete games fairly often to make room for new ones. Throw in video captures and screenshots, and even with a drive double that size one could run out of space pretty quickly.

It's worth it if you really like detailed metal surfaces, or you're trying to take fancy screenshots, but I'd rather use the space to keep another game installed. We recommend By Zergnet.

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High Resolution Texture Pack

Krenum , Jul 5, Added a new section for the IFace-Bar for adjusting the way the new side art is drawn. While I didn't see much of a change on the armor, or even on the armor crafting frames, I did notice the rusting steel beams along the ceiling in the background looked a bit different. Not only that, but I've noticed that even though I can't physically open the DLer it still installs the games using it. Added pixel wide Interface-bar Art created by Continuum. I actually had to download the 58 GB texture pack twice—the first time, it didn't seem to activate, and when I checked the Fallout 4 DLC tab in Steam, it said it wasn't installed even though I'd just spent an hour waiting for it to download. I'm not sure it's something I'd really notice unless I was creeping around specifically to take pictures. Fallout 4's high resolution texture pack has been released , and it's free for the taking—though it requires a hefty chunk of hard drive space and the recommended specs are steep, calling for a GTX with 8 GB.

Fallout 2 High Resolution Patch

Various other minor tweaks and fixes. Replaced Mouse DirectInput with Windows functions and messages. The drive I keep my games on is GB, and while that feels pretty roomy I still do have to delete games fairly often to make room for new ones. Grimham , Jun 26, Yes, my password is: I patched to 1. Added the option to play in a resizable window. Jun 25, 2.

Fallout 1 & 2 High Resolution Patches

fallout 4 high resolution patch

No, create an account now. Added new map edge data for the Megamod v2. Map-eges files can now be tweaked for best results for particular resolutions. Forums Search Forums Recent Posts. This next one had me scratching my head. It just sits there on the task bar. Wow, now if they could just patch ever other classic game I still play, I might actually ditch my CRT Still, very nice work here, I have an excuse to run-through Fallout again! Jul 3, Alternative mouse input is disabled by default. Added pixel wide Interface-bar Art created by Continuum. Changed the format of the map edges ini files edges are now set by hex tile numbers.

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