Last week, Bethesda reassured us that Fallout 4 mods would be available soon on PlayStation 4, but it looks like they’re having some issues. First of all, because PC textures are used, the company is finding that memory and performance issues are occurring. Secondly, the sound files for the mods are not supported because Sony uses a proprietary sound format. Finally, the PS4 mod storage limit is only 900MB, meaning players would be unable to download large mods.

Bethesda is working with Sony to try and overcome these issues, and they promise that the closed beta is “close to ready.”

Source: Bethesda

Our Verdict

Josephine Christie
Hey there! I'm Josephine, a Scottish journalism student and a Junior Editor at Gamnesia. I'm here because I love to write, and I love games. Isn't that just the perfect combination for this site? My favourites are The Legend of Zelda, Animal Crossing and Telltale games.


    Leave a reply

    You may also like

    More in News