As the fallout 4 campaign enters its final days, a new exploit vulnerability affecting thousands of PC users has been discovered.
The bug was discovered in the game’s file system and allows attackers to take over the victim’s PC remotely.
The flaw was reported in March and fixed in October, but a patch was released in December that added support for SteamOS, which will allow users to run Fallout 4 on a smaller screen and with a smaller number of cores.
As of March, 1.5 million PCs running the latest patch have been affected, and the number is expected to rise as more people run the game.
Fallout 4 is still available for pre-order on Steam.
As the game is currently being released to the public, it is unclear whether or not the bug affects the PC version.
If it does, we’d like to know.
The exploit flaw is still unknown, but the Fallout 4 patch itself does not allow SteamOS users to play the game on a large screen.
The game uses an NVIDIA card, so the GPU is not affected.
However, Valve’s official Fallout 4 website says that it is not supported by SteamOS.