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When Fallout 4 was released, many fans were very disappointed because the game was not supporting MODS. However, soon enough, Bethesda has confirmed that Fallout 4 will start supporting mods sometime in April 2016.

Well, it seems that Bethesda has finally announced that a modding tool called “Creation Kit” has been released for Fallout 4 PC version. Steam has also launched a new hub where players will be able to browse and download MODS.

The developer has confirmed that the “Creation Kit” is actually the same tool that it used to create the core game. With other words, if you think that Fallout 4 is missing something such as an armor or weapon, you can just use this kit to create it without any issues.

Once you upload the mods on website, other players can view your mods inside the game menu, install them and, after that, rate them, without having to leave the game. The developer said that there are already many players who are using this tool to create Fallout 4 mods and now it is easier and more accessible than ever before.

However, in order to enable the mods on your Fallout 4 game, you will need to follow a few steps. First of all, you will need to log into your Steam account and right-click on the “Fallout 4” game located in your Steam’s library. Once you do this, you will have to select Properties and Betas and choose the BETA from the drop down menu. Once you do this, the game will update and re-appear as “Fallout 4 [BETA]” in your Steam library.

If you are playing Fallout 4 on your PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, we have some good news for you. According to reports, the Fallout 4: Xbox One will receive the mods support in May 2016, while the Fallout 4: PlayStation 4 will receive it a month later, in June 2016.