Official support for Fallout 4 mods now in open beta on PC

Apr

28

2016

Bethesda Game Studios has a beta version of its mods infrastructure and associated Creation Kit for Fallout 4 made ​​available to users. Mods that are created in this way appear in a special menu in the game and on the Bethesda website.

Bethesda makes the news known on his website. Mods uploaded to Bethesda, may soon also be installed on consoles. However, time will tell whether there are restrictions on the mod support will sit on consoles. Bethesda is likely to choose deliberately not to use existing Steam Workshop on PC because its own centrally managed mud platform cross-platform support makes it easier possible.

NeoGAF user Gossi reports which modmakers using the Creation Kit, still can export their mod for example, to upload to Nexus Mods, which are now hosted the bulk of the mods for Fallout 4 and similar games.

Installing who immediately wants to work with the mod framework and the Creation Kit, must beta update 1.5 for the game. This requires users to the properties of Fallout 4 in their Steam library indicate that they want to receive beta updates. After that users via a menu in the game see our mods and the Creation Kit can be downloaded in the launcher menu of the game.

The use of switches or achievements mods for the game out. Support for Fallout 4-mods on consoles coming in May for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in June.

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