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13 Years later.... Well better late then never..Or?
This week, the game gets it's first official patch on PC in 12 years. The patch is designed to do only one thing: remove all GFWL dependencies.
The 5.4MB patch for the game's Steam version went live on Tuesday and was accompanied by a brief patch note that merely states, "If Fallout 3 was previously installed on Steam, we suggest uninstalling and reinstalling the title." Anecdotal reports suggest that any Fallout 3 fans who still have the PC version installed via Steam will need to do just that, as the patching process may stop the game from booting.
An out-of-nowhere 5MB patch finishes the job, takes us on a GFWL memory trip.
Love GOG though!