The action role-playing video game, “Fallout 4” was released by Bethesda in November of last year, but until now, mods support for the PlayStation 4 (PS4) has not seen the light of day. To recall, the game developer said in June that the PS4 mods would be delayed, but almost three months have passed and still nothing. So is it fair to assume that it no longer will be happening?
The always frank and forthright Pete Hines, vice president of Bethesda, recently responded on Twitter about the constant barrage of questions about the PS4 mods, saying that it’s not possible for him or Bethesda to announce a date. “Until evaluation is done, there is no way to give a date. We don’t have a date when eval will be done,” he said. But one thing that’s making eager PS4 users really disappointed is the fact Hines or anyone who knows a thing or two about the development of the mods support aren’t giving a viable explanation as to the reason for the holdup. If they’re not really planning to release it, why not tell everyone straight?
Anyhow, Ubergizmo noted that there’s really no telling if Bethesda is to blame or if Sony is at fault. Either way, the one who’s suffering from this lack of update and mods support are PS4 gamers. The same report likewise reminded everyone that this isn’t the first for a game developed by Bethesda to have support problems with the PlayStation gaming platform. Accordingly, there also was a time when downloadable content for “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” video game met some issues once it was released for the PlayStation 3.
At this point, the only thing fans of the game waiting for the PS4 mods can do is wait and just hope it gets released before the year’s end.