Bethesda initially announced Fallout 4 Mods for PlayStation 4 will be released on June. August is now approaching but there's still no update about the PS4 mods. Now, here's the latest round-up of update about Fallout 4 PS4 Mods release date, features and rumors on the web.
On Twitter, Bethesda vice president Pete Hines gave updates about the PS4 Fallout 4 mods during a conversation with another Twitter user. Over the course of their conversation, Hines said that he is doing his best to give more updates, but apparently, there's no new information regarding the PS4 mods.
As we mentioned earlier, mods for PS4 were previously scheduled to be released for Sony's current-gen platform in June. However, Bethesda encountered some technical problems, forcing them to postpone the release on July.
Additionally, Bethesda cited some of the issues that further delay the launching of the PS4 mods. In the company's website, developers revealed they have to consider the storage limits, textures and sound files of the mods. Good thing, Bethesda stated they are now working with Sony to solve these issues.
For some gamers, they believe Bethesda postponed the release of PS4 Fallout 4 mods because its developers were busy making the recently released "Vault-Tec Workshop" expansion, which gives players ability to build their own vault.
As of right now, there's no update about Fallout 4 mods release date on PS4. But with the joint effort of Bethesda and Sony, we expect the much-awaited modifications will become available very soon.
In comparison to Xbox One Fallout 4 mods, it became available on schedule. The most popular mod on Microsoft console is the Cheat Menu. It allows players to stock up on Stimpacks, caps and tons of other resources without going outside. The creators of Cheat Menu said they are planning to add clothes and weapons to the spawn menu in the near future.
Also, the Snap'n Build is one of the most downloaded mods of the Fallout 4 community. This modification provides tons of new building materials and items so that gamers can design their settlements to a much deeper extent. Gamers can embellish their houses with things like balconies, metal walkways and railings.