Fallout: New Vegas patch now out for consoles

Having patiently waited after the release of the PC patch, the console version of Fallout: New Vegas has finally received what’s sure to be the first of several updates aimed at getting the poor game into a less glitchy condition. 

According to Bethesda, over 200 quest and script issues have been resolved with the patch. While it supposedly fixed quite a few things, users are still reporting severe issues, with some even accusing the patch itself of breaking their games. 

I’m still have loads of fun with the game and the bugs haven’t gotten me down. I’m looking forward to seeing what this patch does, but I think they should have made Doc Mitchell’s demented exorcist head mandatory in all games.

[Via Bethesda Forums]

Having patiently waited after the release of the PC patch, the console version of Fallout: New Vegas has finally received what’s sure to be the first of several updates aimed at getting the poor game into a less glitchy condition. 

According to Bethesda, over 200 quest and script issues have been resolved with the patch. While it supposedly fixed quite a few things, users are still reporting severe issues, with some even accusing the patch itself of breaking their games. 

I’m still have loads of fun with the game and the bugs haven’t gotten me down. I’m looking forward to seeing what this patch does, but I think they should have made Doc Mitchell’s demented exorcist head mandatory in all games.

[Via Bethesda Forums]

Jim Sterling