IGN is reporting that Xbox One and Xbox One S owners can play Fallout 4 in 3DS mode on their Xbox One console using the Xbox OneX controller.
The feature was announced earlier this month and is not available on the Xbox 360 or Xbox One.
The console maker said it will be available in March on the Microsoft Store.
In the preview video, which you can see below, you can get a look at what the new 3DS feature looks like in action.
The screenshot below was taken with the Xbox and PC versions of Fallout 4, which were released this year.
The beta was released to Xbox One owners on March 7, 2017.
In order to enable the new feature, you need to download the Fallout 4 Beta 3DS app.
The app allows you to download beta versions of the game, which includes a free “Fallout 4 Character Pack” that includes four characters from Fallout 4.
You can see the Fallout 3 character pack for yourself in the screenshots below.
You also need to be a member of Microsoft’s Xbox Live Gold program.
You can sign up for a free trial of the Xbox Live subscription service here and then download the Beta 3ds app and use the Xbox’s 3D feature to get started.
Once you’ve installed the beta app, the beta mode will automatically start.
You’ll be able to connect to the Xbox live network by going to Settings > Settings and then choosing 3D > Connect to Xbox Live.
If you have the Beta app, you’ll be prompted to log in using the Microsoft Account ID you’ve created for the Beta.
Once you’ve logged in with the Microsoft account, you will need to enable 3D support on your console.
This is done by going into Settings > Game & Apps > 3D and then selecting the “Enable 3D” checkbox.
Once the checkbox is selected, 3D mode will be enabled.
It will then display a notification asking you if you’d like to connect with other players on the 3DS.
You’ll then be able click the Connect button to make a connection.
You will be asked to enter your password once you’ve connected, which can be easily done in a few steps.
When you’ve made a connection, you should be able see your Fallout 4 character on your screen and the game will launch.
You’re then able to jump into combat by pressing the right trigger on the controller and holding it down.
You might notice that the game is still a bit slow in the final moments of combat.
It is currently in alpha, so you might not see a lot of action.
There is no cross-save functionality yet.