"Comprehensive" patch for New Vegas

For all three platforms.

A "comprehensive" patch for all three versions of post-apocalyptic open world role-player Fallout: New Vegas is in the works.

It'll fix the Xbox 360 save issue so many have experienced, among other bugs.

It's due in the "coming weeks", according to Bethesda.

An "incremental" patch for the PC version should be available early this week – that'll fix save corruption and companion issues and improve performance for NVIDIA users.

Fallout: New Vegas is a superb entry in the popular series – Dan Whitehead awarded it 9/10 for Eurogamer – but gamers have reported a number of bugs since launch.

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