Bethesda will announce the PC system specifications for Fallout 4 about a month before the role-playing game's release in early November. That's according to Bethesda marketing executive Pete Hines, who said the PC-specific details will be shared possibly sometime in October.
"We usually announce system specs a month or less before a game's launch," Hines told a fan on Twitter.
Hines' comments came in response to a question from a fan who asked how big Fallout 4 would be in terms of GB. Given how large the game sounds, we'd expect the file size to be quite significant, but of course nothing is confirmed until Bethesda makes an official announcement.
In other recent Fallout 4 news, Bethesda says it will not talk much more about the game's story in the lead-up to launch. In addition, although Bethesda does have DLC plans in place for Fallout 4, the development team's principal focus right now is on getting the core game out the door in November.
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