Bethesda, the developer of popular role-playing video game "Fallout 4," has announced that it would be delaying the PS4 mods Beta that was the cause of excitement among players with PS4 consoles.

"We regret to say that the PS4 Mods Beta for Fallout 4 has been delayed. We will update everyone when we can," said Bethesda Game Studios in a Twitter post.

PC version of "Fallout 4" had received mods some time ago and recently, in May, it released mods for Xbox One version of "Fallout 4" and was supposed to release it by June end, but unfortunately, the developer faced several problems with them in PS4.

Some serious problems included possible memory and performance issues. Previously, GameSpot had pointed out that while the Xbox One has a mod storage limit of 2GB in comparison with PS4 that is 900MB storage space.

However, apart from the tweet post saying it would be delaying the PS4 mods, Bethesda has not revealed anything more on the issue.

Modders use PC to create mods and publish them on, from where Xbox One player can download and use. This set up would have been also used be PS4 players when the mods would be eventually release.

"Fallout 4" recently added Contraptions Workshop DLC on June 22.