Fallout 4 PS4 mods weren’t slated for a specific release date yet. However, other platforms, including PC and Xbox One were already scheduled for release to the public. For the new generation console users, they went frenzy to what they could expect from Bethesda’s latest update for the game.
The game developer, Bethesda, announced earlier about the delay of Fallout 4 mods for the PS4 console. The company explained that the evaluation will take some time before results could be given.
Amid uncertainties, various reports released details about the mods. In fact, they listed three important details about the updates 1.09 and 1.7. First, the avid players could get support for Nuka World DLC which will be released next week specifically on Tuesday, August 30.
In addition to that, they could also get a new store art type for Workshop settlements and at the same time, earning the ability to delete the Add-Ons without the need to uninstall the game is also possible.
But these would remain as a wish as Bethesda decided not to announce any dates until the evaluation for these PS4 mods isn’t done.
“Until the evaluation is done there is no way to give a date. We don’t have a date when [evaluation] will be done,” Bethesda studio VP Pete Hines confirmed.
If the evaluation is finished, the Fallout 4 PS4 players could expect stunning features in their consoles. When they get these mods in their hands, they could take advantage from the new quests, Raiders, weapons, creatures, soon all throughout the game.
Moreover, Express also noted the Nuka World DLC’s new regions such as a vast amusement park, which became a lawless city for the Raiders. Aside from that, new zones like the Safari Adventure, Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom and Galactic Zone were included.
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