‘Fallout 4’ Latest News & Update: Bethesda Updates Creation Kit for PS4 Mods Support; Patch 1.8 is Out!
"Fallout 4" received new mods for PlayStation 4. The latest update will allow players to modify and create their own content via the Creation Kit. Bethesda emphasized that the PS4 Mods are just Plugins and no archives are permitted.
On Nov. 8, Bethesda wrote on its website, "We're happy to announce Fallout 4's Creation Kit is updated today to support mods on PS4." Players have also been advised to update their Creation Kit by visiting their Bethesda.net Launcher.
The new support mods for PlayStation 4 also come with the latest "Fallout 4" 1.8 update which intended to fix issues in the game. The update is now live on PCs but it may come a bit later for Xbox One and PS4 consoles because the versions are still in certification.
At any rate, the fixes that gamers can get from the new "Fallout 4" update include a remedy to sound effects which stop playing after reloading in an area. The usual crashes that happen when exiting to the main menu or starting a new game has been addressed as well.
The rest of the fixes are for issues that have something to do with the Mods. Bethesda further stated via Twitter that more updates for "Fallout 4" are being readied for release.
Players should take note of the requirement for updating their game on PC with the new 1.8 patch notes. The update is a little less than 100MB in size and you may need more space if you have not installed the previous "Fallout 4" updates yet.
The "Fallout 4" mod support for PlayStation 4 was supposed to come out a long time ago but rumors have it that Sony was holding it up for some reasons. Moreover, the mods for Xbox One and PC have long been available so PS4 users were frustrated when the version for their console is being delayed.
Apparently, things were ironed out and Bethesda and Sony finally agreed on terms, thus the "Fallout 4" mods for PlayStation 4 is finally coming. Meanwhile, Bethesda has yet to announce the release date for the PS4 mods.