Fallout 4, one of the best RPG of last year had support for the mods on the PC since the release, while the support was made available for the Xbox One gamers since earlier this year. Unfortunately, the support had its worst time when we talk about the Fallout 4 mods on PlayStation 4.

The game was planned to get full mod support on the PS4, just like Xbox One but the developer Bethesda had to make some changes due to the disapproval of Sony, of making full changes in the game with the mods. The studio then had to go back and make changes after the restrictions stated by the company.

However, according to the reports, an update for the game’s Creation Kit required for making mods is live now, and over 50 mods are available bringing Deathclaws, changes in the player’s appearance and much more. It seems that the Bethesda hasn’t done with the mods yet as the company’s vice president Pete Hines said that the studio will continue their efforts of bringing same functions of the mods across all the platforms.

Despite getting available, the mods cannot be used as an update for the Fallout 4 on PS4 is due sometime later this month that will enable the support for the mods. Moreover, PlayStation 4 will be getting mods support for the Skyrim Special Edition as well, with the similar kind of limited customization due to the restrictions of Sony. Xbox One gamers are enjoying the mod support fully on both the titles.

Fallout 4 is available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game received a new update on the PC, while the updates are certified for both the consoles and will be released pretty soon. Stay tuned for more updates!

See also: Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition Finally Getting Mod Support on PS4