Bethesda’s Fallout 4 PS4 Mods Have Some Serious Beta Problems
The action role-playing video game, Fallout 4’s mods were released on Xbox One in May and Bethesda has a plan to release for PlayStation 4 later this month. Before the release for PlayStation 4, the game developer has pushed out a new update for Fallout 4's PC Creation Kit that prepares the game for upcoming mods closed beta test on PlayStation 4. Players can download the latest update to get the ability to upload PS4 mods to Bethesda.net. However, as on the bethesda.net, there are some known issues with PlayStation 4 mods to be known. You can check on Bethesda’s website.
As regards these significant-sounding problems, these are included sound files not working on PS4 and a mod storage limit of 900 MB. Furthermore, one more problem is game mods on PS4 may lead to memory and performance issues. For all the known issues, Bethesda said it is working with Sony to find solutions before Fallout 4's mods program is released in full on PlayStation 4. Moreover, the Fallout 4 Creation Kit update now mandates that PC modders link their Steam account, while it also includes "general optimizations and bug fixes."
Full patch notes are given below:
New Features and Fixes
- Uploading mods to Bethesda.net requires Fallout 4 ownership via a Steam-linked Bethesda.net account
- General optimizations and bug fixes
Known Issues with PS4 Mods
- PC textures are used. Memory and performance issues may occur. We are working with Sony on optimal texture exporting support in a future update.
- Sound files are currently not supported. PS4 sound format is a proprietary format. We are working with Sony on sound file processing support in a future update.
- PS4 Mod Storage limit is approximately 900 MB at present. Please do not upload mods larger than 900 MB. We are working with Sony to increase this limit.
Furthermore, Bethesda said that, the closed beta for Fallout 4's PS4 mods is "close to ready." If you create a mod on PC and upload it to Bethesda.net, you will be invited to the PS4 mods closed beta forums "to help with testing," the developer explained. For more news and stay connected with the Games Cottage – a largest platform for video games news and Fallout 4 cheat codes.