'Fallout 4' PS4 mods release date update: No additional word from Bethesda following evaluation with Sony


“Fallout 4” mods for PlayStation 4 (PS4) continue to be in evaluation as it appears that that testing is still underway, leaving fans still with no scheduled release.

It has been over a week since Bethesda vice president Pete Hines took to social media to update fans on the development of the PS4 mods. Now, gamers are once again met with silence about the situation.

The last fans heard was that the game developer was still working with Sony to finally release the tweak specifically designed for PS4 users.

“We’re working w/ Sony on Fallout 4 Mod support for PS4. The process is still under evaluation. As soon as we learn more, we will share news,” Hines wrote on his Twitter account at the start of the month.

Of course, as followers of Hines are on the lookout for any update, he was quickly bombarded with questions tied to his latest reveal. While Hines was game in engaging in conversation with his followers, he did not go into the specifics of the situation. One gamer asked him whether the glitch was on Bethesda’s end or Sony’s but he only replied with, “I’ve said what I’m allowed to say.”

It can be remembered that late last month, in a series of tweets, Hines insinuated that the problem may be on the Japanese conglomerate’s side instead of theirs. But much like in his recent update, he refused to directly talk about it.

On top of that, some of his followers quizzed the way Hines wrote his tweet, overanalyzing the statement in an effort to pinpoint where the development currently stands. It caused a bit of commotion when one user suggested that with the way Hines phrased his update, it could have meant that work on the PS4 mods has yet to begin. The company executive however denied this speculation but did not say anything more about the process.

Aside from Twitter updates, no supplementary word from the company with regard to the situation has been disclosed.

Mods for the Xbox One and PC have already been released but users of said consoles have also been experiencing issues with gameplay, adding to Bethesda’s woes.