According to Pete Hines, the vice president of Bethesda, the company wants to bring mod support for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Hines replied on Twitter to a fan, saying that the company has already proposed mod support for both Microsoft’s and Sony’s console, but it wasn’t approved. Hines added that he is not sure if this will change in the future, mentioning that it is not up to him to decide that. However, the vice preside of Bethesda has mentioned that the company will keep trying to have mods working on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
We remind you that Bethesda has also announced a few days ago that its “Skyrim Special Edition” will come with mod support for PlayStation 4. However, mods will have a limited space of only 1GB per system, which disappointed a good amount of fans. To make things even worse for the PlayStation 4 owners, the “Skyrim Special Edition” for Xbox One will allocate only 5GB of storage for the mods of this game.
However, even if currently there are not many mods released for PS4, it seems that Bethesda is currently accepting mod submissions for both consoles. For now, the PS4 mod library comes with 11 mods that you can choose from, while there are 69 mods for the Xbox One. Keep in mind that none of these mods is unique for Sony’s console, as all the mods available for PS4 are available for Xbox One as well.
Bethesda said that the reason why Xbox One console got a better deal with the mods for “Skyrim: Special Edition” is because the uploading external assets on the PS4 is not allowed by Sony, which means that the developer has NO control over it.
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