Xbox one version Fallout 4 falters when used with ssd




Hitches which the xbox one version of Fallout 4 exhibits, can be solved by moving the game to an SSD. However, the game at faster storage locations has no effect on the frame rate.

Fallout 4 shows on consoles performance problems appeared earlier this week. The framerate drops below 30fps regularly, but the xbox one version also suffers from stuttering. Sometimes the image to a second completely silent. Moving the installation of the game to a SSD solves that problem, Eurogamer concludes after further research. One Xbox owners must be used to put an SSD in a USB 3.0 enclosure and can then play the internal hard drive of the console to move the USB storage.

The use of a hard disk rotation speed of 7200 rpm, or a hybrid sshd resolves the worst creak, but does not provide complete solution, says Eurogamer. However, the loading times are slightly shorter with the use of these discs. The Xbox One has a 5400rpm hdd-aboard. Also on the PlayStation 4 4 fallout benefits from the use of an SSD. The loading times are halved in many cases. On both consoles affects faster storage framerate not.

Presumably Bethesda updates are designed to improve performance, or at least should fix the glitches in the Xbox One. However, the publisher has not yet officially responded to the performance problems.

The PC version of Fallout 4 meanwhile has broken a record on Steam. At its peak, there were 445 546 users simultaneously active in the game. Never before did a game on Steam, that was not created by Valve, much to attract players at the same time.


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