The very, very long-awaited mod support for Bethesda’s Fallout 4 on Playstation 4 will be arriving this week. It comes as a part of the 1.8 patch for the game, which has been released on PC and arrives at the same time as PS4 on Xbox One.
But of course, there is a downside. Like with Skyrim: Special Edition, the mod support available on PS4 will be less than that of what’s available on Xbox One – which itself is less than PC. So what does that mean? The basic rule is, like with Skyrim, mod creators will not be able to upload any external assets – so no lightsabers or Master Chief outfits for you.
What is included – and can therefore be fiddled around with – is anything that is present in the base game. Mod creators can modify things such as carry weight, where items are available and, if especially creative, create entire new areas – as long as everything used is already present in the game.