Bethesda Game Studios has launched mod support for Fallout 4 on Xbox One, according to the company's Twitter. The update comes in right under the wire — Bethesda previously announced that the Xbox version of the game would receive modding sometime in May.
Mod support just finished a closed beta last week on Xbox One. Invites to try out the console version of the game's modding feature were sent just over a week ago to select recipients.
As for PlayStation 4 owners, the studio is still eyeing a June release of the Creation Kit, which gives players the tools to create their own mods for the open-world role-playing game. On Windows PC, Fallout 4 has offered the updated, in-game mod options since April, when the Creation Kit launched in beta.
Although players have been making and sharing modifications through third-party means since the game's launch, the new feature lets players craft and share their creations directly through Bethesda.net. You can sift through the currently offered mods online right now.
Fallout 4's latest expansion, Far Harbor, is now available on all three systems: PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. Some players on PS4 have found performance issues with the downloadable content, Bethesda noted; it's currently looking into a fix with help from Sony.