Update 1.3 for Fallout 4, which was announced earlier today, brings a handful of fixes and new features.
Update 1.3 includes five new features, two of which will be shared across platforms, and the rest of which are PC exclusive. The first feature adds status menus for your settlers, and the second feature allows you to to rotate objects being held with your controller triggers to switch rotating axes with your left thumbstick. PC users will enjoy remapping support for their ESDF keys and an HBAO+ ambient occlusion setting. Nvidia users will also be able to use weapon debris effects.
A number of gameplay and quest bugs were addressed, such as players being teleported to the direction they were aiming at. General optimizations in memory and stability were made. For example, Bethesda addressed the poor performance that some users experienced while looking through a scope. In Workshop mode, players now have more precise control while building their settlements thanks to the improvements in snapping objects together. Several Workshop mode bugs were ironed out as well.
Update 1.3 is currently live on PC and will be released for Playstation 4 and Xbox One later this week.