If you are still waiting for some Fallout 4 mods on the PlayStation 4, we have some disappointing news for you. Bethesda seems to have given up on bringing mods for the PS4 version of Fallout 4. This comes as a surprise after several months ago they enabled mods for the other popular console, the Xbox One, leaving fans to understand that they are going to do the same for PS4 too. Moreover, after that, they kept launching some cryptic updates, but now it seems that they quit.
Bethesda doesn’t seem to be too happy about it either, or at least this is the impression we get after reading the post they published on their website. They explained that after several months of discussing the issue with Sony, they could not reach an agreement. Apparently, Sony does not want to allow Bethesda to introduce mods that let gamers do whatever they want in Fallout 4 or in the Skyrim Special Edition.
Furthermore, Bethesda expressed their disappointment, mainly because they have invested lots of time and effort on this project. Even so, they said that they still hope to find a way to bring mod support on the PS4, but until then, no such content will be available.
Truth be told, there are lots of limitations on mod support for Xbox One too, unlike the PC where anything is possible. For instance, you can’t have copyrighted material, can’t use nudity, can’t use child murdering, you have to respect a limit when it comes to file size and many more. Surprisingly or not, Sony seems to have even more restrictions than Microsoft, and as such, Bethesda decided that they cannot offer proper mod support under these circumstances.
Sadly for Sony, this move seems to be a good one for Microsoft, with Xbox One just becoming the most popular platform for Fallout 4.
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