Following on from Bethesda’s promise to release a free high-resolution pack for players, the publisher has now made the download available for PC owners of the game. The pack is a whopping 55GB in size and makes the textures in the game appear a lot crisper when close up, presumably thanks to the fact that they haven’t been exported in a lower resolution as they had previously.
You can see a collection of comparison images thanks to Reddit user BrettonTT or just go ahead and download the pack directly on Steam as free DLC. The system requirements for the new pack are as follows:
OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required) Processor: Intel Core i7-5820K or better Memory: 8 GB RAM Graphics: GTX 1080 8GB Storage: 58 GB available space
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