Fallout 4 street date was broken by several retailers and the game is already out in the wild. As revealed earlier, the remote play controls for Fallout 4 were specifically designed for the Vita by the same developer who worked on the remote play controls for Destiny on the Vita, and as expected, the controls layout appear to be as user friendly as they can be.
PS4 allows users to remote play any game and while almost every game utilizes the remote play by default, not everyone bothers customizing the controls especially for remote play. This can cause issues in game which heavily utilize the L2 and R2 triggers, as they lack on the Vita. Thankfully, in the case of Fallout 4, the developers have specifically tweaked and optimized the controls and added the support of Touch Screen to compensate for the lack of L2 and R2 triggers.
If you still haven’t pre-ordered Fallout 4, you can go for a digital pre-order on either Steam, Xbox One or PS4 as the pre-load for the game is now available on these platforms ahead of the official launch. There is also a day 1 patch that is surprisingly small compared to other games.
Fallout 4 is out now on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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