Mod Support for Fallout 4 on PlayStation 4 was supposed to drop a couple of month ago. However, due to some technical issues Bethesda delayed it, and till now there has been no word of its release. But Pete Hines has given an update on the situation of Fallout 4 PS4 mod Support.
Bethesda’s Vice President of PR and marketing, Pete Hines, was asked about the release date for Fallout 4 PS4 mod support on Twitter. According to Hines the mod support is still under evaluation, and until it is done there is no way to promise a release fate.
Until evaluation is done there is no way to give a date. We don’t have a date when eval will be done.
However, earlier this month Pete Hines announced that Fallout 4 PS4 mod support is under evaluation and is working with Sony to resolve the issue, and it is still under evaluation. I get is that these things take time, but it has been months and there has been no word about the mod support to release on Sony’s console.
Bethesda might not be the one to be blamed for the delay in Fallout 4 PS4 mod support. It seems that Sony is the main culprit behind the delay, as Peter Hines gave a hint that Sony is the reason behind the delay in a recent QA session.
Recently, SteamDB revealed some minor details about the file size of Fallout 4 Nuka World DLC. According to SteamDB Fallout 4 Nuka World file size on Steam will be about 4GB, which is a bit large as compared to Far Harbor which was 2.7GB.
While the size does not confirm anything but expect more content in Nuka World compared to Far Harbor DLC.
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