Bethesda have revealed in a tweet that the Fallout 4 Mods Beta on PlayStation 4 has been delayed indefinitely. It was previously known that there were some serious issues with Fallout 4 PS4 modes, including problems that would lead to memory and performance issues.
Obviously with this means that it’ll be a while before we see mods on PS4 as the beta was supposed to take place before the final release. Fallout 4 mods arrived on Xbox One in May.
Some information came out recently that indicates Left 4 Dead 3, a popular shooter series from Valve Software, could be in the works.
Valve’s Tristan Reidford has lightly teased Left 4 Dead 3 in a tutorial for the Destinations Workshop Tools.
The eighth image in the tutorial, titled “08_directory_fun.png,” showed a conveniently placed folder called “left4dead3.”
From the pessimists perspective, this was just a mistake, but it’s too convenient that the folder viewport was scrolled exactly so that left4dead3 was shown first.
According to Tristan’s Valve Developer Wiki contribution history, the image was first uploaded on June 28, and then nearly 24 hours after the community noticed the tease, was replaced by a poorly Photoshop’d version to remove the Left 4 Dead 3 reference.
Tristan’s Valve Developer Wiki contribution history:
* 17:59 (-8 GMT), June 29, 2016 . . File:08 directory fun.png (Tristan uploaded a new version of “File:08 directory fun.png”) (current)
* 13:49 (-8 GMT), June 28, 2016 . . File:08 directory fun.png
Tristan Reidford and other Valve developers have been “playing” a lot of Left 4 Dead 2 recently. Currently, Tristan’s Steam profile says he’s played about 348 hours of Left 4 Dead 2 in the past two weeks. Also, Valve have released at least five updates this year alone for the franchise.
The upcoming feature film set to take place before the events of Final Fantasy XV got some early screenings in Japan. NeoGaf user benzy was able to make a summary about the movie’s reception and it will be listed below.
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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is now available to download on iOS and Android, offering a new role-playing game in the series exclusively on mobile. The free download stars a new set of heroes, along with various summons and familiar faces that longtime fans will recognize.
Brave Exvius opened for pre-registration earlier this spring, launching with a promotional campaign that promised in-game rewards for every registration. Now that the game’s out, players who start it today will be rewarded with several bonus items and access to Final Fantasy 6‘s Terra. These are available until July 17.
As for the game itself, it boasts turn-based gameplay, daily quests, in-app purchases to speed up the leveling process and a huge Japanese fanbase. More than 6.5 million people play Brave Exvius in Japan, according to Square Enix. Watch the launch trailer above to get a sense of whether this latest Final Fantasy game is your speed — or if you’d prefer to wait for Final Fantasy 15, out on consoles this September.