July is almost over, and unfortunately, the mods for the PS4 port of "Fallout 4" still remain unavailable.
Making the situation even more frustrating for PS4 players is that they haven't really received any new updates related to the mods for a while now, and as it turns out, there may be a reason for that.
Over on Twitter, Bethesda vice president for PR and marketing Pete Hines touched on the status of the PS4 mods during a conversation with one particular player with the Twitter handle "@731783bb5ec1481."
Over the course of their conversation, Hines did note that they are trying to acquire new information related to the development of the PS4 mods that they can then share with "Fallout 4" players, but apparently, new details have not been made available just yet.
As PS4 owners may remember, the mods were previously scheduled to be released for Sony's current-gen platform in June, though issues plaguing the additional features have led to even the beta testing being delayed as well.
Bethesda also listed some of the issues currently affecting the PS4 mods over on their official website. In that post, Bethesda revealed that issues with storage limits, textures and sound files have already been discovered and are being addressed. Bethesda also indicated that they are working with Sony to fix these problems.
For now at least, it appears that those fixes have not arrived just yet, and that also means that a possible release date for the new features remains similarly unavailable.
Bethesda has stated that they will share new details related to the PS4 mods as soon as they become available.
Currently, it looks like the best thing that PS4 players can hope for is that more specific information about the mods will be released sooner rather than later.
More news about "Fallout 4's" PS4 mods should be made available in the future.