Fallout 4 mod support on PS4 a work in progress
Bethesda is working on getting mods working on PS4, and has brought PS4 mod support to the latest Creation Kit Update. While the Closed Beta for PS4 mods is said to be “close to ready” there are some known issues with the current state of PS4 mods.
PC textures are used on the PS4 mods, which can result in issues. At the same time, sound files are not supported because the PS4 makes use of a proprietary sound format. Bethesda says it is working closely with Sony to resolve both issues.
The storage limit for PS4 Fallout 4 mods was put at 900MB, less than half the size allotted to the Xbox One with 2GB. Similar to the other issues, Bethesda is working with Sony and hopes to increase the limit.
Additionally, Bethesda has announced that it has added an additional security feature by requiring that users have a Steam-linked Bethesda.net account before uploading any mods on Bethesda.net. This was added after complaints about users “stealing” mods and uploading them without permission.