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New Fallout 4 patch fixes Nuka-World quest-breaking bug

The patch is out now on Xbox One and PC, but is not yet available on PS4.

Bethesda today released a new patch for Fallout 4 on PC and Xbox One that makes tweaks to the base game and the Nuka-World, Far Harbor and Contraptions Workshop expansions.

Update 1.7.19 for Fallout 4 makes "general updates to Bethesda.net mods," Bethesda said in a forum post. No specifics were provided, but this could be related to the new comment moderation tools for mod authors that Bethesda discussed earlier this week.

As for Nuka-World, the new update fixes a problem where The Grand Tour mission could not be completed if Gage was your active companion when you started the quest.

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The PlayStation 4 patch will come sometime later, Bethesda said, though it did not provide any kind of timetable for its release.

Bethesda said even less about what was changed for the Far Harbor and Contraptions Workshop expansions. The developer only stated that both expansions were patched with "minor updates." Additionally, the Japanese version of Far Harbor was updated to fix strings of text that were untranslated.

This patch is available now across all platforms.

In other news about Fallout 4, Bethesda openly blamed Sony for not allowing PC mods to work on PS4 for Fallout 4 and the upcoming remastered version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.