Bethesda Is Working Hard To Bring PlayStation 4 Mods To Fallout 4

With the PC and Xbox One versions of Fallout 4 already in the modding community, many PlayStation 4 owners are anxiously awaiting to mod their wasteland adventure.  Bethesda has stated that they are actively working on making Fallout 4 mods compatible on the PlayStation 4 as quickly as they can.

“All I can say is that [the mod implementation] is undergoing an evaluation process and as soon as it’s done, and we have more info, we’re gonna let everyone know,” Pete Hines, vice president at Bethesda explains in a recent interview with Metro. Xbox One players have been members of the Fallout 4 modding world for well over a month now, while PC players had access to mods since the game’s launch last year. However, the developer has made numerous delays with applying the mods on Sony’s eighth generation hardware. Originally, Bethesda delayed the use of PS4 mods due to several issues when running consoles mods for the game, including an issue with sound file support, along with a tiny size limit.

Hines declined to comment on what the current issue is regarding PS4 mods. However, he did reveal that the development team is hard at work trying to get PS4 mods to go live. “It’s definitely not that we’ve decided not to [add mods],” Hines adds. “We absolutely, positively want to get PS4 mods out as fast as humanely possible.”

Fallout 4 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game’s sixth and final expansion pack, Nuka World is now available across all platforms.