It looks like Sony and Bethesda have built a bridge on their recent spat over mod support for Fallout 4 on the PlayStation 4, according to a recent blog post by the developer.
Bethesda didn’t give an exact timetable for when mod support would become available in the post but did confirm they will be coming to the Skyrim: Special Edition releasing later this month.
“We are excited to finally get modding to our PlayStation fans who have supported us for so long,” the post reads. “Modding has been an important part of our games for over 10 years, and we hope to do even more in the coming year for all our players, regardless of platform.”
Futhuremore, both titles will receive updates following the release of the PlayStation 4 Pro this November. The update will allow rendering in 4k and look like the screenshot shown below.
Bethesda have no confirmed that Fallout 4 will have 4k support but will avail of “enhanced lighting and graphics features”.
Unfrotunately, the mod support coming to both games will not allow you to mess with in-game assests. Bethesda will offer a range of different mods presets available when you downlaod the Bethesda Creation Kit.
“You will not be able to upload external assets with your PlayStation 4 mods, but you will be able to use any assets that come with the game, as most mods do,” the publisher explained. “By creating a Bethesda.net account, you’ll be able to browse and try mods right from within the game.”
Skyrim: Special Edition is available from October 28th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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