Fallout 4 PS4 Mods Still Without a Release Date

The mod program will come to PS4 after Sony completes its evaluation; was originally supposed to launch in June.


Bethesda has provided an update on how Fallout 4's mods program is coming along for PlayStation 4 and it might not be what fans want to hear.

Responding to a question on Twitter (see the exchange below), Bethesda marketing executive Pete Hines said the mods program for PS4 is currently under "evaluation," presumably by Sony, and so he cannot provide a release date.

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On August 1, Hines said something very similar, telling fans on Twitter that Bethesda is working with Sony to release the Fallout 4 mod program on PS4.

"The process is still under evaluation. As soon as we learn more, we will share news," he said at the time.

Official mod support for Fallout 4 was added to the PC version in April. Following a brief beta, the feature came to Xbox One in May, with the plan being to run a beta on PS4 and then introduce the feature for all users in June. However, serious issues with the PS4 version cropped up, and Bethesda ultimately had to delay the beta on that platform.

As Hines has said time and again, there is no ETA for when the mod program will be available on PS4. Keep checking back with GameSpot for more.

Next up for Fallout 4 is the Nuka-World expansion, which comes out on August 30 for all platforms. You don't have to wait that long to see the content in action, as Bethesda will broadcast new gameplay footage for it tomorrow, August 22, during a livestream event. Nuka-World is Fallout 4's final expansion.

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