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Sony Did Their Best To Ruin Potential Of Fallout 4 On PS4

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Sony has done their best to ruin the potential of Fallout 4 on the PS4. The Fallout series is well known for its mods but Sony has tried their best to put a stop to this as they are not allowing user mods on the PS4. This is a strange move as it may send some people to play on the Xbox One or the PC.

Bethesda said that Sony wouldn’t allow user mods on the PS4 version of Fallout 4. But it does seem that the two have been able to come up with a compromise. Now Sony said that mods can be used on Skyrim Special Edition when it arrives and then following this they will make them available on Fallout 4. But it’s not all good news as there is a catch.

Those playing on the Xbox One and PC are able to make use of things that gamers load into Fallout 4. However with the PS4 this is something that isn’t going to happen. Gamers are going to have to make things from what they have already. This means that you cannot customize Batsuits and such.

People have used mods for creating and some of them have been listed below that you should be able to use.

The Cheat Terminal allows you to get into computers to activate different cheats, such as changes to the weather and infinite ammunition.
Everyone’s Best Fried allows you to take Dogmeat along with a companion out with you when you go on your adventures.
Unlimited Building allows you to change variables to high numbers.
Unlimited Crafting Container allows you to store everything that you could possibly want close to Vault 111.
Apply Legendary Effects To Guns means you can make your own Legendary gear and make sure that it is useful.

So while Sony did try their best to ruin things for gamers on the PS4 playing Fallout 4 they haven’t quite ruined the experience yet.

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