Fallout 4 players are going to need to clear out 58GB of space on their hard drive if they wish to use the new high-resolution texture pack from Bethesda.
“Experience the wasteland like you’ve never seen it before with the Fallout 4 High-Resolution Texture Pack! From the blasted buildings of Lexington to the shores of Boston Harbor and beyond, every location is enhanced with ultra-deluxe detail,” the description reads.
Along with the 58GB of hard drive space, players are also going to need a 64-bit OS, an Intel i7-5820K or better, a GTX 1080, and 8GB of RAM.
As well as making the PC version look better, Bethesda also plans to release the game’s long-awaited PlayStation 4 Pro patch soon, offering players a native 1440p resolution, enhanced draw distance for trees, grass, objects, and NPCs, and enhanced god ray effects.
Fallout 4 is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.