Fallout 4 Creation Kit release date update for Xbox One, PS4

By Alan Ng - Feb 23, 2016

Bethesda has announced plans for Fallout 4 DLC which most of you are probably already aware of, but now we can finally give you an official status update on the Fallout 4 Creation Kit release dates for Xbox One and then PS4 owners afterwards.

In a recent interview, Bethesda’s Todd Howard has said that players can expect to see the first Fallout 4 Creation Kit mod tools to become available in April.

This is going to be in relation to when PC users will get the Creation Kit though, as consoles will then follow afterwards.


When speaking to GameInformer, Todd Howard said that the PC rollout should be in April, with Xbox one owners getting the tools one month later – so May.

He then stated that since Xbox owners will get the tools before PlayStation, it will be another month before the Fallout 4 Creation Kit mods are out on PS4 – which means a release schedule for June 2016.

While some of you may be unhappy with the wait on console, at least we have an official word on it now straight from Bethesda without you having to get stressed over rumors.

Are you ok with the Summer wait for Fallout 4 Creation Kit mods on console in Summer, given that DLC will keep you ticking over in between?

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  • Epipax

    There is a problem, and it is there is a misconception that the creation kit is going to be on the consoles shortly after the PC. The ability to implement created mods that will be shared with the consoles, will come in the form of mod kit. Xbox One will get it in May then PlayStation 4 will get it in June.

  • Admir Karalic

    Again this bull*, Console timed exclusives don’t change anything anymore.

    • Dave Mckenney

      It’s not a timed exclusive. The kit was only available on PC up until this point, so PC will be easier to Mod for. That’s why they get it first. Xbox UI/software is based on Win10, so it’ll be easier to port the kit from PC to Xbox, they’ll get it next. PS4 isn’t based on Win10 and has the least in common with PC, making it harder to port over, so they’ll get it last.

      • Admir Karalic

        Would have been nice if that was stated in the Article. Thank you.