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It looks like Bethesda may have come to some sort of agreement with Sony as mods for Fallout 4 on the PS4 are coming pretty sharp-ish.
Yesterday we reported on a comment Bethesda's Pete Hines made in regards to Fallout 4 mods on PlayStation 4, saying they're working on mods as "fast as humanly possible". A mere few hours after the fact, Bethesda officially announced that mods for Fallout 4 and the upcoming Skyrim remaster, won't be getting mods on PlayStation 4, and Sony is to blame.
It's been a long and rocky road for Fallout 4 mods on PlayStation 4. First they were on their way, then Bethesda ran into difficulties, now it seems like they're never going to come. But Bethesda are trying.
Bethesda has unveiled the latest and final expansion for Fallout 4, Nuka-World, that'll have players explore a brand new area set within an abandoned Nuka-World amusement park. As you'd expect, it's not all fun and games, at least according to a brand new short for the game.
Around two months after the launch of Fallout 4 mod support on Xbox One, Bethesda have finally addressed concerns about the same features coming...
If you've been itching to build your own vaults in Fallout 4, then the wait for you is almost over as Bethesda has announced the release date for the Vault-Tec Workshop DLC.
According to Bethesda, once the two upcoming expansions are released, that'll be it for the game.
Since the launch of mods on the Xbox One version of Fallout 4, there has been a pretty big problem with piracy of some of the more popular mods for the game. Although no money was being earned, the work of the modders was being directly uploaded without their permission. Now Bethesda hopefully have a way of combating this.
Bethesda has announced at their E3 2016 media briefing that they'll be bringing some of their games to virtual reality platforms.
Bethesda has today unveiled even more Fallout 4 DLC at their E3 2016 media briefing which seems to focus on the game's Workshop mode.
Bethesda recently introduced the ability for Xbox One players to download mods for Fallout 4, something that was previously reserved for PC players, and while it seems like a step in the right direction, something not so good is happening...
Bethesda has announced that Fallout 4 for the Xbox One will be getting mods next week on May 31.
I always strive to be a man of my word. When I formed the long-held opinion that Point Lookout was the single best piece of Bethesda-developed content ever created, I intended to adhere to it. In that case, let the following represent a nice, big slice of post-apocalyptic humble pie – Far Harbor is bloody brilliant.
Although mods in Fallout 4 have been available on PC for a few weeks now, we're all waiting on tenterhooks for the launch of mods on consoles, and now it looks like we've got a rough date when we'll be able to try these out.