Fallout 4 PS4 Mods priority Vs Nuka World DLC

By Alan Ng - Sep 2, 2016

Nuke World is yet another piece of brilliant DLC released by Bethesda for Fallout 4. As good as it is though, how many of you would rather get your hands on Fallout 4 mods for PS4?

Xbox players have been enjoying mods for a long time now and there has still been no official explanation on why mods are not out on Fallout 4 yet for PS4.

With the focus now on Nuka World and rightly so, we just wanted to ask players if you are happy holding on as long as it takes for mods now that you have something to keep you busy.


If you haven’t played Nuka World yet but have access to it you can check out a very cool video of Bethesda playing through it themselves in the developer stream below.

For PS4 players reading this though, are mods still on your mind no matter how good Nuka World is? Let us know your thoughts on this and your own theory as to why you think it is taking so long.

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Also See: Fallout 4 1.15, 2.0 update to keep game alive

  • Michael J. Conroy

    I Refuse to purchase any more DLC til they makegood on mods

    • El Tigre

      That’s Sony’s fault, Pete Hines said it himself that he can only suggest release dates but ultimately, it’s Sony that pushes the button. Learn to read next time instead of blaming Bethesda….

  • bret robertson

    I am waiting for the mods first and I thunk if the issue is sony is worried about security they should man up and so say if not they need to get the mods live

  • Dan

    I have all the dlc’s downloaded including Nuka World, but I’m not going to play it until mods are released on PS4.

    I don’t want to have to work at keeping myself interested for yet another play through without mods being available. If I do, then when mods are finally released, I won’t even want to start the game.

    Hurry up Sony, or Bethesda.

    P.S. Pete Hines should hire someone to cover PR or respond to tweets. I think his responses have made the situation way worse than it may have been.

    • El Tigre

      How? It’s Sony fault they are delaying the release of mod support. Pete Hines said it himself that he can’t push the button to approve his projected release dates because it has to pass Sony quality control or such nonsense Sony themselves have said if you email them asking why. Blame the weird proprietary file structures that some are locked down by Sony for this mess. Sony doesn’t want to let anyone else control the OS but themselves, this conflicts with some of the OS resources mods will need in the first place…..