Fallout: New Vegas Patch Coming to PC, Consoles; Will Be 'Comprehensive'

Bethesda has announced a new patch has been completed and submitted for Obsidian's Fallout: New Vegas, via the game's Facebook page.

"We've wrapped up work on the Fallout: New Vegas patch and submitted it," the Facebook message reads. "Will let you know when it's up on PS3, 360, and Steam."

Although neither Bethesda nor Obsidian have revealed exactly what issues the patch will tackle, Bethesda called the update "comprehensive" when it was first revealed to be in the works in early November.


Previous updates for the post-apocalyptic, pseudo spin-off have attempted to correct a number of issues, including a terror-inducing start to the entire adventure. If you've yet to venture out to Sin City's Wasteland, make sure to check out my review, which outlines how some of the game's technical issues hurt the overall experience.

Hopefully the upcoming patch will make a strong case for me to revisit the Mojave. For those looking to extend the experience, the Xbox 360 version of New Vegas will receive "exclusive" downloadable content on December 21.