Bethesda’s games have a long history of not performing well on Sony’s PlayStation consoles, no one can forget the frame-rate issue in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on PlayStation 4. It seems like history is going to repeat itself as many Fallout 4 early owners are raising some serious concerns related the game’s performance on Sony’s PlayStation 4.
A dedicated thread has been created on Neogaf related to Fallout 4’s FPS performance on PlayStation 4, early players have termed the frame-rate performance in Interiors as HORRIBLE and provided video evidence. Also, well-known industry insider Tidux (who has accurately leaked PlayStation related announcement in the past) via Twitter stated sometime the frame-rate performance of Fallout 4 on PlayStation 4 goes down to single digits.
the graphics are oki. Unfortunately, there are places in the game where there are framedrops, sometimes they go down to single digits
— Tidux (@Tidux) November 8, 2015
Today, a new video footage of Fallout 4 has been leaked on VidMe showcasing LONG LOADING times in PlayStation 4 version of Fallout 4. According to the details shared in the leaked video, entering or exiting a building in Fallout 4 takes up to 30 seconds. Many users on Reddit are reporting loading time of over 40 seconds. You can check out the video below.
The surprising thing here is that all these issues are coming up with Day One patch of Fallout 4 installed on the PlayStation 4.