Bethesda have revealed more details on Fallout 4 mods and the tools PC players will be using in the open beta.
Bethesda are now trying to streamline the process of how mods are added to Fallout 4, as well as looking to bring the activity to a wider audience.
To do this, they are giving players free access to the Creation Kit, the same tool which the developers used to build Fallout 4. This will allow users to create dialogue, weapons, armour, missions, characters and any number of new additions for the game they can come up with.
Fallout 4 players will also be able to access all mods from within the game itself, where they can browse, install, and provide feedback on the latest user created additions on offer.
Check out the trailer below for a brief overview of what the Creation Kit can do.
For those who rarely dabble in the world of mods, a Creation Kit wiki has been established to guide users through any issues they may encounter, and players can offer feedback in Bethesda’s forums to help improve the experience.
As well as PC, Bethesda will also be bringing Fallout 4 mods to consoles over the next couple of months, with Xbox One receiving them in May and PlayStation 4 in June.
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