Fallout 4 fans looking for more challenges rejoice, as Bethesda Game Studios has launched a new Survival Mode in beta for its blockbuster post-apocalyptic RPG today on Steam, reports Polygon. The new content comes shortly after Bethesda's first expansion pack for its blockbuster post-apocalyptic RPG.
The new Survival Mode includes many options to make the playing experience more up to the palate of hardened Fallout veterans (or just plain masochists), with cited examples like save-when-sleeping only, no fast travel, 'increased lethality' for both players and enemies, fatigue, new illnesses, and a new perk called Adrenaline, among others. Details of what comes in the new mode can be found on the game's official website on Bethesda's news post.
Currently, the Survival Mode is only available for Windows through Steam; Steam users on Windows PC can test out this new mode right away with a manual update - found in the settings of the game in the Steam library. Consoles player, Xbox One included, should reportedly expect the update to arrive next month.