Fallout 4 Is Full of Bugs, One of Which Assassin’s Creed Unity Is Familiar With

Fallout 4 is the hottest topic among gamers right now. While some are busy discussing how well it has been received by critics, others are sharing their discontent with how the game is buggy and unoptimized in standard Bethesda fashion.

A lot of the complaints up to this point have been focused on Fallout 4's poor performance on PS4, where it drops down to around 15 to 20 FPS frequently in combat situations or when visiting large towns. However, the problems don't end there.

As seen in the image above, Fallout 4 is no stranger to glitches. Look familiar? This particular bug is identical to the one found in the controversially unstable Assassin's Creed Unity (seen below).

This screenshot isn't an isolated case, either. The game doesn't release until tomorrow, and even then there are a ton of images of glitchy faces to be found on Twitter.

Fortunately, this is an issue that isn't game-breaking. It's no corrupt save file, and it definitely doesn't result in you dying, but for some people it can break immersion. So, there's reason to be upset, especially considering these screenshots are taken from the introduction of the game.

Other examples of issues range from The Verge's being stuck on an elevator, to flying enemies. and odd animations.

I've been playing on the PC version for 24 hours, and personally haven't had any of these issues. After playing all three versions I highly recommend going with PC if you have the rig to run it.  Its framerate is better, graphics are better, and the community is already working on improving the game.