For years, the PC owners were able to download interesting mods for their games. However, when it comes to a console, things are not so simple, but it seems that Bethesda has finally found a way to bring MODS to a game on Xbox One. And what better game would that be if not one of the best selling games out there, which is Fallout 4.
The new Fallout 4 update has been released yesterday for Xbox One. Once you update the Fallout 4 game to the latest version, you will notice that you will be able to download MODS directly from the internet. However, if you are a PlayStation 4 owner who plays Fallout 4, then you should know that this update will also come to your console later this month.
Bethesda made it clear t hat all MODS will need to be downloaded to the console via the in-game interface (you will need a Bethesda.net account for it). At the same time, you will be limited to 2GB of total MOD storage per system, which means that if you will download big MODS, you will need to delete them before you will be able to try new ones. We are not sure why Bethesda has decided to limit the storage of the MODS to 2GB as this is not “cloud storage” and it will not affect their servers.
It is good to know that if you will load wrong MODS, the game might be temporarily unplayable. However, don’t worry if this happens, because it will not mess up with your save game while playing with mods loaded as a separated “modded save” will be stored alongside the standard version. At the same time, Trophies and Achievements are disabled while using MODS.
The developer has also said that it will not accept MODS that will contain nudity or copyrighted content, so if you were dreaming about running a naked master Chief, you are not in luck.
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