PC users have enjoyed mod support for the Fallout series for years, but their console brethren only recently got the feature with Fallout 4. The Xbox One received mod support back in May and the PS4 was expected to get mods in June. However, due to some serious technical issues experienced during the PS4 mods closed beta, players won’t be getting mod support for the system any time soon.Bethesda announced the unfortunate news on Twitter.We regret to say that the PS4 Mods Beta for Fallout 4 has been delayed. We will update everyone when we can.— BethesdaGameStudios (@BethesdaStudios) June 29, 2016The issues encountered during the beta test included memory and performance issues, sound files not working, and a mod storage limit of 900MB (compared to the 2 GB limit on the Xbox One). Bethesda has said it is working with Sony to fix these problems. It is unclear when the issues will be resolved, so the developer is asking users to remain patient.We don’t know what is causing these issues on the PlayStation 4 as neither Bethesda or Sony have said much beyond what we have reported. It is difficult to speculate on what the problems are, but as Bethesda said, patience is the best course of action here. Mods for Fallout 4 on PS4 will be released in due course.While you wait, you may want to check out some of the recently released DLC packs for the game, including: Automatron, Far Harbor, and Contraptions.