Mod support for the console versions of Fallout 4 is finally about to roll out, giving settlers everywhere the power to exercise their creativity in the game via the Creation Kit.
Right off the bat, the Xbox One will be getting the better part of the deal, as it'll receive the update sooner than the PS4.
Xbox One Fallout 4 Mods
Just recently, Bethesda sent out invitations to the closed beta modding for the Xbox One, and now the developers announced that the whole shindig is going live on May 31, staying true to their word of a May rollout.
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For those who can't wait for a closer look at what's in store, the gaming company demonstrated how modding will work on the console a few days ago.
To keep the good news rolling, there are already more than 800 mods that are up for grabs for the platform, ranging from smokable cigars and cigarettes to a Pokémon-inspired sound effect. Also, the list just continues to grow by the moment.
However, players can only keep 2 GB worth of mods on the Xbox One, and when a certain mod makes use of content from a specific DLC, they will need to purchase that DLC. What's more, they can't earn achievements because of "first-party considerations" when mods are installed.
PS4 Fallout 4 Mods
PS4 mod support is "still on track" and expected to arrive sometime in June. While details surrounding this console are currently sparse at best, it's safe to assume that the 2 GB limit and other conditions for the Xbox One will apply to it too.
Are you as excited as we are to take modding out for a spin on the Xbox One and PS4? If so, hit us up in the comments section below and let us know.