The Fallout 4 PS4 mods has continued to be a nuisance to those who game on Sony?s console. While the game itself plays well, the sheer amount of limitations has made fans wonder if the PS4 version of the acclaimed RPG is the worst one. Thankfully, Bethesda is aware of the issues, as the developers are currently working on a solution, some of which will be released soon.
Bethesda announced a new Steam beta update for Fallout 4. This will be released on PC and consoles next week, though no actual date for the update has been revealed as of this writing. The developers stressed that PS4 owners should download this update because it will be needed for the current-gen console?s closed beta test for the mods.
Furthermore, the company has revealed that they are in discussions with Sony to increase the mod limit from the paltry 900 MB that?s currently available. Bethesda is aware that their PS4 fans are unhappy with the limit, so they are working on a solution, though they have told modders not to upload content over 900 MB, since PS4 owners won?t be able to download them anytime soon.
Aside from the 900 MB limit that the Fallout 4 PS4 mods are suffering from, Bethesda is also trying to work on the other issues plaguing fans. The developers are trying to make mods with PC textures look smooth on the current-gen console while also trying to implement sound files, since they currently aren?t supported by the PS4.
It?s a shame that the PS4 version of the game is suffering from so many issues, since Fallout 4 is still a great game to play on the system. Admittedly, it has suffered from a number of flaws, like the Far Harbor DLC, but the main campaign of the game is fine.
The closed beta test for the Fallout 4 PS4 mods is already ?close to ready? from going live. The game itself is now available on the PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC, each coming with a US$50 season pass that lets the player access all of the upcoming DLC with a small discount.