There is a lot happening this week on the Fallout 4 front. Bethesda still hasn’t released the mods for PlayStation 4, there’s a new Nuka World reveal and a there’s also an Xbox One update.
To begin with, Bethesda hasn’t released Fallout 4 mods for PS4 yet, even though they are available on all other platforms. Pete Hines, VP of Bethesda Studio has been keeping PS4 users up-to-date with the latest news about the Fallout 4 mods and it appears that the process is under ‘evaluation’. Hines tweeted that there is no date set for the end of the evaluation period yet so that means that gamers will have to wait for an official date in that sense.
However, he did mention that the mods will be released sometime before the launch of Skyrim: Special Edition which is set for October 2016. There are less than two months until then so fans won’t have to for wait too long.
Secondly, the upcoming DLC for Fallout 4, entitled Nuka World has been scheduled for release on the 23rd of August, at 8 pm. This is the last DLC that will be released for the fourth installment in the Fallout series.
Bethesda has already released a teaser map of the Nuka World Theme Park which describes places such as Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom and the Galactic Zone. The Bethesda description invites gamers to explore the zones and to unite the Raider gangs under their banner and claim rule over the park. Naturally, the purpose of all of this is to become the most feared Raider ever!
Lastly, the 1.7 update for Fallout 4 on Xbox One has finally been released but players will have to wait for another week until they get it.
The 1.7 update comes with support for the Nuka World DLC plus many improvements to the gameplay and bug fixes. One of those changes enables player to delete Add Ons without uninstalling the game.
Other fixes refer to the fixed issues with Mods Images, Disable All Mods, an animation error and several small UI improvements were made to the Mods Menu. The localization strings have been moved to the Interface Archive.
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