The PlayStation 4 Pro and the PS4 Slim
The PlayStation 4 Slim and PlayStation 4 Pro shown together at Sony's event in New York, Sept. 7, 2016. BRYAN R. SMITH/AFP/Getty Images

Sony and video game publisher Bethesda have been battling over PlayStation 4 Mods recently. The game maker announced mod support for PS 4 for Skyrim: Special Edition on Oct. 4.

Once the Skyrim mods are out, the company will be updating Fallout 4 for both mods and PS4 Pro. An FAQ posted on Bethesda’s website revealed that unlike the 5GB mod storage for Xbox One, PlayStation will have only 1GB support, making Xbox One a better deal for Skyrim: Special Edition and Fallout 4 players.

Bethesda added it would also support PlayStation 4 Pro and render in native 4K for the device. PS 4 mods will allow users to modify and create their own content by using Bethesda’s creation kit. Users will not be able to upload external assets to the game, but they will be able to use assets that would come with the game.

Users can browse and try mods in the game by creating a Bethesda.Net account.

Skyrim: Special Edition launches Oct. 27, 8 p.m. EDT, in North America and comes with features such as:

  • Mod support on consoles
  • Remastered art and effects
  • Volumetric lighting (“God rays”)
  • Dynamic depth of field
  • Screen-space reflections
  • New snow and water shaders