A Bethesda game just showed up on the gaming console and it has mod support. Bethesda explains that mods are made differently from "Fallout 4" and it is speculated that the mods that got through with Sony have been decreased in a way to pass negotiation. Also, "Fallout 4" and all its DLC will be on sale this weekend for as much as 60 percent off.
"Fallout 4" PS4 mod support reportedly caused a stir when it was famously scrapped earlier this month. Bethesda was quick to confirm that it was about failed negotiations with Sony, not allowing gamers to use mod support the way they want to.
While "Fallout 4" game developer Bethesda was unsuccessful in launching mod support for Sony's gaming console, "Farming Simulator 17" did not share the same fate as the game was able to release mod support on PS4, iDigitalTimes confirmed. Bethesda marketing VP Pete Hines offered an explanation to why other games can get mod support on PS4 and "Fallout 4" cannot. Hines said that mods are made unique with different technicalities, scope, and scale in terms of implementation.
The variations did not stop the "Farming Simulator 17" team to confirm mod support on Xbox one and PS4. However, Hines called the mod supports as the barest amount of effort on mods, a tweet confirms.
It could not yet be compared how different "Fallout 4" PS4 mods would have been. It should be noted, however, that a budget-priced simulation game is a lot less complex than an open-world RPG.
Meanwhile, "Fallout 4" is expected to be on sale in Steam this winter. Gamers can also opt to pick out the game and its DLC this weekend as the British-based digital retailer Green Man Gaming is putting them up on sale for 40 to 60 percent off which brings it down to as low as $24.
"Borderlands" franchise will also put the game on sale this weekend with similar discounts. For only $7.75 with the same discount code, get "Fallout 4" titles and "Borderland" titles. "The Handsome Collection" will also reap savings of $0.70 than buying them separately, Gamerant reported.
Watch PS4 Mods for "Farming Simulator 17," But Not "Fallout 4' Or "Skyrim" here: