While mods have been available to play around with in both the PC and Xbox One versions of Fallout 4 for a while now, the feature is taking longer than anticipated to debut on PlayStation 4. While we’ve learned in the past some of the reasons causing the holdup, in a new update it doesn’t seem like the feature is any closer to being released on PlayStation 4.

Bethesda’s VP of PR and marketing Pete Hines was contacted via Twitter regarding the situation with mods on the PlayStation 4 version of Fallout 4, and he replied with “until evaluation is done there is no way to give a date. We don’t have a date when eval will be done.”

So not only were we completely denied on a release date for mods on PlayStation 4, but we were also denied a release date for when we could possible even get a release date for the mods. So it sounds like PS4 Fallout 4 players still have awhile to wait before they finally get this long-awaited feature.

Despite the lack of mod support on PS4, there’s still some big content on the way for the game on that platform and others. The game will be getting the Nuka-World expansion on August 30th, which is being touted as the biggest one the game has received and will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.