Few game developers have grown a strong modding community like Bethesda has with their games. While fans are excited about the main game and its offerings, they also can’t wait to add awesome (and ridiculous) features to extend their fun past the ending credits of the main story.
But with Fallout 4, there was disappointment among PlayStation 4 gamers when Sony was proving difficult about mods. Fortunately, they’ve come to their senses and have decided to allow mod support for Fallout 4 players on their game console
— Fallout (@Fallout) November 7, 2016
According to the official Fallout Twitter account, mod support will come in the next title update. Note that this feature won’t allow you to upload external assets— instead, you’ll only be able to use Bethesda’s Creation Kit to create and modify your own content. Bethesda also failed to provide an exact date for when the title update would finally arrive.
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