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Wednesday, 10 December 2008 12:16

Fallout 3 gets an HD texture pack

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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398MB

 

Well, if you happen to have a rig that would put Deep Blue to shame, then we have something that might help it to stretch its muscles a bit. Fallout 3 has gotten an HD texture pack that weighs 398MB and will surely make the game look even sweeter.

Although we’re not sure how popular this pack will be, as the game is quite a tough nut to crack for most machines, we’re confident that those who do use it are surely in for some visual goodness.

You can download the texture pack here, and we couldn’t help but notice that the file has been downloaded 7,597 times so far (lucky bastards, eh?). (via n4g.com)

 

 

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