"People, they're on other things". "We would love to see it happen but it's not something we're actively doing", said Todd. This includes the Creation Club kka Bethesda's version of paid mods.
Todd Howard revealed in a recent interview that players who are under level 5 in Fallout 76 won't have to worry about being killed in PvP scenarios.
In the interview with Multiplayer.it, when asked how Bethesda will stop spawn killers hanging around outside the vault, Howard responded saying, "There are several tricks we are implementing to prevent the other players from doing exactly the things you describe". Our Switch group did Fallout Shelter. and that's done really well.
"It doesn't mark the future", said Howard (via Twinfinite), adding that the company has already launched a bunch of games belonging to completely different genres and aiming for totally opposite audiences. Do you still find yourself hopping back into the world of Skyrim from time to time or has the title been played out for you? A controversial decision behind Creation Club was to make its mods for consoles a paid feature.
Bethesda thus is still not paying any attention to mod support for Skyrim which is a sad piece of news for avid gamers.
Modding has been a pretty major part of some Bethesda games, especially with the likes of Fallout 4 and Skyrim.
Skyrim released on the Nintendo Switch in the middle of Fall last year, providing a convenient way to play Skyrim on the go and boosting the Switch's library for its first year in action. Being hopeful is all we can do right now.