Fallout 4: Here’s Your First Look At The Full In-Game World Map Size

Lately, we are getting a lot of leaks from Fallout 4, the upcoming post-apocalyptic RPG from Bethesda Softworks, which is set to release on November 10th. More of these leaks are from early users of the game and they have shared a lot of various details including screenshots, full list of perks, PC graphics options and gameplay videos.

Fallout 4 map was rumored to be bigger than Skyrim so it is interesting to see the actual in-game map size. This map was revealed by GameRevolution, who took this map using Pip-boy while inside the Power Armor and then stitching the map together to give us a look at the full world map. Check it out below.


If you were interested in seeing the game running on its highest quality settings (Ultra) on PC, you can check out these leaked screenshots that give us a glimpse at what to expect from the PC port. These screenshots can be compared to the PS4 version of the game, which also looks pretty decent on its own.

Fallout 4 will be out on November 10th for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It is confirmed to run at 1080p resolution and 30 fps on the PS4 and Xbox One. The PC version graphics and customization options can be found from here.

Let us know what you think about this world map and its size in the comments below.

  • Asshat5000

    Lol this is disappointing I expected at least a gta v sized map.

  • I posted a better map collage. You should replace the one you have up with the new one.

  • Dirkster_Dude

    So, is this map bigger than Skyrim? I have played and completed Skyrim and likely found almost every single point of interest, but I have no idea how to compare that map size to this one.

    • Gary Whitham

      its about 2 or 3 times the size of the skyrim map

      • Ajay Dhillon

        I wish people did their research. It’s same size as Skyrim with more areas to explore and less empty space.

        • yourbestguest

          sooo what you’re saying is…it’s 10 times bigger than skyrim?

          • Ajay Dhillon

            no, there are more places to explore because there will be big cities.