Fallout 4 Updates: Game mods coming to Xbox One, along with new items, adventures and quests

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Fallout 4 Updates: Game mods coming to Xbox One, along with new items, adventures and quests

Game development firm Bethesda is bringing its Fallout 4 game across all platforms. The company has just confirmed that Fallout 4 Xbox One mod support is now live and can be used to download new fan-created contents.

Bethesda revealed the whole story on Twitter, tweeting messages that link gamers to a video describing how the new gaming system works between mods and the Creation Kit.

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The company is also adding new items, new adventures, and new quests to different gaming platform to upgrade gaming experience. This is the first time that they have been made available on console and receive full support for add-on modules from the community.

According to Express, the game’s new modding system works using a loading order, stacking mods in a way where they function in a compatible manner. Some mods ask to be put at the front or the back of a loading order, to avoid potential conflicts.

Reports suggest that Fallout 4 game mods can be downloaded immediately at Bethesda’s official website, although there will be a 2 GB limit on storage. There has been no word from Bethesda regarding the increase of storage size in near future.

In addition, Fallout 4 on Xbox One will also see the release of the new gaming feature called TODAY, which allows gamers to sign up to Bethesda.net and start downloading game-altering contents.

As for the Fallout 4 game mods on PS4, Bethesda recently announced on a company livestream that work is still underway and it could get released somewhere in June.

Launched in 2015, Fallout 4 is an action role-playing video game developed by a US-based game development firm Bethesda Game Studios. Fallout 4, which is now the fifth installment in the Fallout series, is set in a post-apocalyptic city of Boston in the year 2287, about 210 years after a devastating nuclear war that ended every single life form on Earth.

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