Fallout 4 Patch 1.7.19 Rolled Back By Bethesda Due To Issues With Mod Support
So why roll it back for PS4 owners?
Man, mods are really causing most of the problems that Bethesda’s Fallout 4 is facing, aren’t they? A few days ago, Bethesda released patch 1.7.19 for Fallout 4, which had some general fixes and updates for the game, including some fixes for the mods.
Today, however, users on Reddit are reporting that the update has been rolled back by Bethesda, and that we are back to 1.7.15. The reason? Issues with mods.
“We are investigating an issue with Mods not appearing properly with the 1.7.19 update. We are working to resolve the issue quickly and we may roll back the 1.7.19 update temporarily until we can get a fix tested and deployed. Thanks for your patience,” Bethesda’s update for the issue reads.
Let’s hope that the update is restored and rolled out again soon. At least for PS4 users, since they don’t actually have any mods, so they can at least still stay on 1.1.19. Right? Right?