Two days ago, Bethesda released a new update for the Fallout 4 that was going to fix the issues reported with the last expansion pack Nuka World’s ‘Grand Tour’ and bring some minor updates and fixes to improve the game performance.

Fallout 4 Update 1.7.19 Rolled Back Due To Issues

However, seems that the update 1.7.19 may get rolled back as many people reported the issues they faced with the mods after installing the update. Bethesda has officially acknowledged the problem and on their blog update, they announced that the team is working to resolve the issues with mods not appearing after the update. They may roll back the update 1.7.19 for a temporary period in order to fix the issue completely and re-release the update after some time.

Modding the Fallout 4 is only available for PC and Xbox One gamers as the according to Bethesda, Sony refused to approve the mod support for PlayStation 4. The studio was working on the mods for PlayStation 4 and was in talks with Sony for a couple of months, after which Sony refused to give mods support for the Fallout 4 and upcoming The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition.

Fallout 4 is now available for PC and both the current gen consoles. Recently, Bethesda released the final DLC for the game called as Nuka World, which takes players to a trip to a big amusement park and park zones and some new features. Stay tuned for more updates!

See also: Fallout 4 VR Experience Announced by Bethesda

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