New 'Fallout 4' Update Arrives, Brings Fixes To PS4, Xbox One Mods; Game's Upcoming DLC Release Date Revealed

Lots of stuff has been happening to "Fallout 4" lately, and yet, Bethesda is still on the go. The studio is releasing an update that is completely focused on the game's mods across platforms. Its main priority is to fix all reported issues with the modding processes. Meanwhile, the new DLC has been officially unleashed.

According to GameSpot, the new "Fallout 4" update is called 1.5.4. It is already available in the game's PC version, while owners of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will have to wait a little bit. The aforesaid update is designed to bring improvements for mods.

"Fallout 4" update 1.5.4 introduced a number of fixes as well as mod improvements. Aside from that, it brought significant changes particularly on the weapon and armor racks. One of the biggest improvement is that mods now have a larger space for text.

Moreover, "Fallout 4" update 1.5.4 offers improvements on the so-called Most Popular filter. Players can now efficiently choose between Daily, Weekly and All Time. It is worth noting that the Daily option is now set as default.

Express, on the other hand, reports that the recent "Fallout 4" update will also cover what is required for mods in the PS4 Closed Beta. In fact, the studio has already confirmed that it will receive update before the month of June ends.

As of this writing, "Fallout 4" mods are still experiencing issues in Sony's console. Without a doubt, this surely brought a huge burden especially to the fans, as the closed beta is expected to arrive this month. And hey, the days are numbered.

"Fallout 4" received its latest DLC called "Contraptions." While it presented a handful of issues, Bethesda was quick to resolve. The above-mentioned update brought-in some changes to the expansion's weapon issues. Today, players will not be losing any weapon and/or armor mods whenever they remove them from the racks.

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