The final DLC was released for Fallout 4 not too long ago and gamers thought that Bethesda was now done with the game but it looks like the developer plans to support the game for quite some time still. Bethesda has recently released a new patch for Fallout 4 which will affect all platforms for the game and all versions of Fallout 4.
Update 1.7.19 is focused on updating the Bethesda.net mods and no specifics have been provided about exactly what this means; the company has previously spoken about enhancing the moderation tools that are available for mod authors however.
Bethesda has also revealed that this update has also fixed some issues seen in the latest DLC for Fallout 4; Nuka-World was discovered to have a strange bug relating to The Grand Tour mission in the DLC. It was impossible to complete mission if the user had Gage as their active companion when they started the quest. The update has fixed this strange bug.
Other minor updates were also provided for the two other DLC in the game; details about what changes were made to Far Harbor and Contraptions Workshop have not been provided.
The patch is now live for all platforms including the PlayStation 4 which does not currently feature mod support; Bethesda has previously released a statement blaming Sony for the lack of PlayStation 4 mods for their game. According to Bethesda, the company refused to let mods work in the way that Bethesda had envisioned and what Sony proposed would put heavy limitations on mod usage for PlayStation 4 gamers.
It’s currently unknown if Sony will relent and allow Bethesda to bring mods to their platform and Bethesda is expected to support Fallout 4 with patches for quite some time still.
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