Fallout Shelter Gets Its First Update, Includes a Photo Mode

Bethesda continues support of its wildly successful mobile app, Fallout Shelter, with its first update which, among numerous bugfixes, includes a photo mode.

Players will be able to photograph their progress using an in-game photo feature, but the official blog post noted, “sharing with those outside your Vault is optional.” Basically, those of you who want to save the fond memories of your time spent underground, but don’t want your Facebook friends to know exactly how much time you’re spending on your subterranean lair, are safe.

Check out the full list of fixes below:

  • Overseers are encouraged to record any bizarre dweller behavior with the new Photo Feature. Sharing with those outside your Vault is optional, and will not result in your replacement or termination.
  • Vault air filters have been causing some mothers to not deliver babies and we understand this is causing long term discomfort. We have solved this (not the discomfort, the baby coming out part).
  • We’ve also done general maintenance to improve sudden Vault shut down and removed some other pesky issues with the capacitors inside various aspects of the simulation.

Fallout Shelter was announced alongside Fallout 4 at Bethesda’s E3 2015 press conference, with the latter releasing for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 10, 2015.