We know that Fallout 4 will be released in November, so the question is when will the system requirements for the PC version be released? Last we heard it could be unveiled in October, but as it turns out even in September, Bethesda is still hard at work trying to nail those specs down which is a bit unfortunate as many are undoubtedly curious.
However according to a tweet by Bethesda’s VP of PR Pete Hines, he wrote in response to a gamer who asked about the system specs, to which he replied by saying, “We’re not going to give out incomplete or inaccurate info before we know. That’d be irresponsible.” He also added that they were testing out compatibility on varying hardware.
“We’ll make them available as soon as we reach some level of certainty as to what they are. can’t ‘make that go faster’. It’s not just about quality. for sys requirements it’s compat testing to figure out performance on a lot of different hardware,” Hines wrote in a separate tweet. Either way it looks like we’ll have to wait to find out.
However we expect that the October date to be more than likely especially since the game has been pegged for the 10th of November, so safe to say that Bethesda would definite love to give their gamers a bit of a heads up in the event they might need to upgrade.